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Ned Nwoko: Redirecting Talents for a Free Africa

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Senator Ned Nwoko of Delta North senatorial district, Delta State, has successfully secured the release of four family members arrested by the Army for their alleged involvement in fabricating weapons in Onicha-Olona community. The main suspect possesses impressive skills in building drones and modifying AK-47 rifles, which has caught the attention of Senator Nwoko.

Senator Nwoko’s efforts are driven by a desire to support and develop the talents of individuals like the major suspect. He plans to introduce a bill to recognize and nurture such talents nationwide, highlighting his commitment to redirecting these skills towards lawful and productive endeavors.

In a statement, Senator Nwoko emphasized the need for fair treatment and rehabilitation opportunities for those involved in the illegal activity. He expressed satisfaction with the progress made in addressing the situation and securing the release of the family members, while also affirming his commitment to upholding the law and ensuring fair judgment for all individuals implicated.

Moving forward, Senator Nwoko intends to collaborate with stakeholders to draft and promote a bill that will formalize support for talented individuals involved in similar activities. This legislative effort aligns with his vision of redirecting talents towards lawful and productive endeavors, ultimately contributing to a safer and more prosperous Africa.

This development underscores the importance of harnessing local talents for the benefit of society, aligning with our mission of promoting a free Africa by empowering individuals to contribute positively to their communities. Senator Nwoko’s advocacy serves as a beacon of hope for redirecting talents towards lawful and productive endeavors, ultimately contributing to a safer and more prosperous Africa

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