Blessing Obomovo: A Young Political Player with Pedigree in Humanitarian Services

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Blessing Obomovo


“Every good leader has good followers and every bad leader has bad followers”-Godday Odidi,CEO Mindset Media Limited/


For the past few weeks on the social media space, I have been constantly following the political updates on Isoko politics from Isoko South to Isoko North, different political writers have shared their views on those they believed that have the political boldness and leadership capacity to take Isoko nation to the next level.

The most controversial post is Isoko North Constituency aspirants under the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the slim chances of few to be given the sole ticket of the party in the constituency.

Having read through many controversial posts on Isoko North Constituency aspiration, I discovered that many only marketing their aspirants for the 2019 elections. The social media space allows die-hard supporters and political writers to support their choice aspirants and nothing more.

Politics in Nigeria has grown beyond experience and connection but it is all about service to humanity and closeness to the grassroots.Isoko politics is retrogressive today because of our political emphasis on experience and knowledge. Nobody was ever born with experience from birth but we all learnt our experiences and knowledge here on earth as human beings.

Back to Builder Blessing Obomovo, one young man that saw the need for new generational leaders to take over the old political horses in Isokoland decided to leave his thriving business empire in Lagos to join the race of Isoko North Constituency come 2019.

“All the political aspirants that have indicated full interest to contest for Isoko North and Isoko South constituencies are eminently qualified to the core. The issue of experience must not be seen as a yardstick to underplay some genuine aspirants in the race.”

Political contest in Nigeria is seen in two ways; some aspirants are just attention seekers and while others are in the race to exhibit their political dexterity to the people. That is why as election day continues to get nearer, some aspirants will give up to other aspirants they felt that have the political capacity to bring formidable leadership to the people in their various constituencies.

For instance, Hon.Rita Orji, the present House of Representatives member representing Ajeromi-Ifelodun Federal Constituency and chairperson House Committee on Diaspora matters had never been to the National Assembly before. As first timer legislator, she has initiated over 20 bills and done several projects in her constituency less than 3years in office more than the former legislators that represented her constituency for three consecutive times.

All the aspirants jostling for Isoko South and Isoko North constituencies are not just qualified only but also competent to bring creative leadership to Isoko Nation come 2019. Blessing Obomovo is among the best brains to liberate Isoko North Constituency from backward representation.

According to Blessing Obomovo who once granted interview with in his well-furnished expansive office at Lekki-Ajah area in Lagos State, said politics should be played by the younger ones that have the political strength to build leadership structures for the people. His sound educational background and business experience is enough to represent Isoko North Constituency in Delta State House of Assembly.

2019 is not far again, if all the aspirants are to go for free and fair primaries as it was promised by PDP National Chairman, Uche Secondus recently, then aspirants with political leadership skills will emerge to tackle the vibrant opposition aspirants in the race.

Blessing Obomovo is a young political player that is ready to bring innovative leadership skill to Isoko North Constituency come 2019.His managerial and philanthropic legacies are enough to take the constituency to the next level if elected.



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