The APC candidate for Bende federal constituency, Barr. Benjamin Kalu has felicitated with the people of the Constituency at Christmas.
In a Christmas message made available to ABN TV the philanthropist expressed regret that most of his constituents had a bleak Christmas celebration as a result of hardship in the state.
He assured them that his masterplan to represent them will carter for everyone in the constituency. He expressed gratitude to Bende people for their support and vowed never to take their support for granted.
Read full message below;
On behalf of myself and my entire family, I felicitate with the good people Bende Federal Constituency, Abians and Nigerians in general at this yuletide commemorating the birth of our Saviour Jesus Christ.
This is a period to spread love, which our Saviour brought to the world. It is a moment to broaden the horizon of selflessness and service to humanity. A time to re-examine our relationship with our Creator.
It goes without any doubt to say that our people have suffered untold economic depravity, denial and negligence which has manifestly left them with a dehumanising and debasing living standard.
It is also on record that many families among us will have a very bleak Christmas celebration on the account of the hardship that has been foisted on them for a very long time as a result of leadership starved of vision.
The night is far spent, the morning is nearer. My roadmap for offering you a record-breaking representation has adequately captured all strata of people and demographic bracket. In no distant future, we shall all collectively celebrate a new Bende where we will have a feel of our citizenship as Nigerians.
While assuring you that this will be the last bleak Christmas celebration in Bende, I must thank you for your unflinching support and confidence in the Benjamin Kalu agenda for a new Bende.
Once again, merry Christmas and happy new year in advance.
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