Hon. Tony Nwulu
A Federal House of Representative member, Hon. Tony Nwulu who is representing Oshodi/Isolo constituency in Lagos state, has debunked much circulated political propaganda, which claims that some PDP legislators in Lagos state have concluded plans to join the ruling party.
According to him, the claims were that this defection will secure a soft-landing for legislators in the south-western region ahead of 2019 general elections.
Speaking through his media aide, Alex Nwankwo, he condemned the claims by upholding the undeniable glories and achievements of PDP hitherto. Nwankwo said that Hon. Tony was dedicated to the growth and development of his constituency under the PDP platform.
“We are committed to deliver true democracy and to sustain its dividends for the people. The Peoples Democratic Party is well-able, strong and competent enough to drive the affairs of this country to heavenly standards”, he stressed”.
Speaking further, he says, “Through the platform of the peoples’ Democratic Party, Nwulu was able to initiate sustainable revamp strategies and structures that will continually promote youth inclusiveness in governance, structural reform and human capital advancement”.
Nwankwo also stressed that as a PDP legislator, Hon. Tony Nwulu has received several applaud by Nigerian youths for his sincere contribution to the growth and development of youths in his constituency and Nigeria in entirety.
This, according to him is evident as the youths in the country celebrate his intellectual vibrancy which led him to initiate the first bill that seeks the fundamental inclusiveness of youths in governance – “not too young to run”; he is also one of the youngest legislators in Nigeria.
He also stated that the plots to distract him and other PDP legislators in Lagos state was a fruitless mission; it is inconsequential and paraded by enemies of the party who are hard bent on destroying the true vision of economic reform, infrastructural rehabilitation, resuscitating human resources as well as every other resources in Nigeria.