Constituents Boo Isoko South 1 “Absentee” Assembly Member At PDP Campaign Rally


HardReporters has reliably learnt that the member representing Isoko South constituency I in the Delta state house of Assembly, Orezi Esievo, was on Friday booed by her constituents while delivering her good will message during the campaign rally of the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) in Oleh, headquarters of Isoko South for the forthcoming January, 6, 2018 local government elections.

Esievo, who has been described by her constituents as a failed and absentee legislator, was called to the podium to deliver her goodwill message when her constituents began to boo her from the rare thereby making it impossible for the audience to hear her clearly.

It was gathered that Esievo, who has failed to attract any meaningful dividends of democracy to her people has continued to hide under an NGO pretending to be carrying out her legislative obligation and attracting development to her constituency.

The constituents it was learnt vowed to resist the second term bid of the lawmaker, saying that since inception Esievo has spent the better part of her legislative duty abroad adding that in some situation the lawmaker will spend seven months abroad and five months in office.

According to one of the aggrieved constituents, who simply identified himself as Oghenekaro “This is a poor representation which shows disinterestedness towards the constituents. Admittedly, this her style of representation cannot attract any reasonable and sustainable development to her constituency whose socio-economic and political states are in crisis.

“As we all know, the house of Assembly membership role is such an indispensable and eminent one that cannot be deputised and as such, requires a representation platform that’s always pervious to any issues challenging the wellbeing of the constituents. Esievo is only representing herself and family members.”

It was also gathered that the constituents who were mainly youths, and few women, advised Esievo not to waste her resources for a second term bid.



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