Group endorses Senator Degi’s aide for Brass Constituency II Assembly seat in Bayelsa

Brass—The United APC Grassroots Forum of Brass Constituency II has called on Mr. Ebinimi Omubo, the senior legislative aide to Senator Biobarakuma Degi-Eremienyo, to contest the Brass Constituency II seat in the Bayelsa state house of Assembly in 2023.

The leader of the Forum Mr Amabebe Saint Rolland made the call in a statement sent to after a critical meeting in Okpoama, headquarters of Brass Constituency II.

He revealed that Ebinimi Omubo has all the qualifications and experience to contest the assembly position.

Rolland said that “he holds a “B.Sc degree in Political Science (Ed) in the University of Port Harcourt, an M.Sc degree in Safety, Health and Environmental Management at the University of South Wales, United Kingdom in 2012 and a host of professional certifications.”

He stressed that apart from the educational qualifications, Ebinimi Omubo has the working and political experience to be the next lawmaker to represent Brass constituency II based on his vast knowledge in community and human relations. He is currently working as a senior legislative aide to a serving senator.

Rolland maintained that Ebinimi Omubo’s humility, generosity, popularity at the grassroots, commitment to community development, and work as coordinator and supervisor of many community projects make him eminently qualified for the assembly position.

In his words: “Mr Ebinimi Omubo aside from the aforementioned educational qualifications is also a grassroots political servant leader, a peacemaker, a humble individual, loyal and committed to the leadership of our great party.

“He has over the years coordinated and supervised several projects executed by Sen Degi-Eremienyo such as the renovation of the Okpoama Kingdom town hall, ongoing renovation of Okpo Square, Ewoama water reticulation project, ongoing renovation of Odioma town hall and several other projects.

“Therefore, we call on Mr Ebinimi Omubo to contest the Brass Constituency II Bayelsa State House Assembly elective position come 2023 for effective representation.”

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