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Webster graduate joins House of Representatives race

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Thirty seven year old Fredrick Emeka Anagwu graduate of Webster University in the United Kingdom (UK) has expressed his intention to represent Nnewi North, Nnewi South and Ekwusigo Local Goverment Areas of Anambra State in the green chamber of the National Assembly.

The Utuh born business Mogul who is pursuing his aspiration on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) said that he was drawn into politics because of his concerns for the youths especially in the area of skills, education and employments.

Mr. Anagwu who bagged Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in International Business with emphasis on computer application stated that he has the working tools that will give the youths employments and empowerments.

The House of Representatives aspirant in a chat with journalists said that his return to the country was hinged on the believe that the Nigeria will be better if the youths can be galvanized for productive purposes and as well make them believe that the betterment of the society is a collective interest.

He said “Over the years, I have been involved in community development and youth empowerment which include giving zero interest loans to market women and youths to enable them start up various businesses.

“I have renovated dilapidated structures of schools in my community, built complex edifice and hospital for the good people of Utuh, scholarships were also provided for the indigent students through Chief Fredrick and Mrs Martha Anagwu Foundation.”

The youngest of all the aspirants in Nnewi federal constituency identified youthful energy, intelligence, accessibility, bravery and smartness as his major selling points, Mr Anagwu stressed.

The House of Reps hopeful said further that zero interest loans would be made available to his constituents for educational and medical services noting that skill acquisition would occupy a front burner in the responsible and responsive representation which he intends to give to his constituency in the National Assembly.

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