By Kingsley I. Ilechukwu, Correspondent Lagos
ITREALMS Media has concluded plans to partner the Awba-Ofemili ChatRoom to host a two-day ‘Meet PG Candidates 2021’ on social media for the forthcoming Awba-Ofemili Development Union (ADU) general elections.
Awba-Ofemili ChatRoom boasts hundreds of indigenous membership from the rice producing community in Awka-North of Anambra State, both locally and in diaspora, whereas ITREALMS is a media entity with clout in usage of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to entrench digitalSENSE in the society.
Confirming this development, the Editor-in-chief of ITREALMS Media, publishers of ITREALMS.com.ng, Remmy Nweke, said the initiative is to afford all indigenes of Awba-Ofemili the opportunity to e-meet with aspirants, especially the leadership represented by the President General (PG) aspirants in the 2021 general elections.
He also said that the session would be hosted in consultation with the initiators of Awba-Ofemili ChatRoom on WhatsApp this weekend starting from Saturday, March 27 through Sunday 28, 2021.
According to Nweke, the ‘Meet PG Candidates 2021’ session is an opportunity for aspirants for the post of the PG of ADU to leverage social media to engage and market themselves to teeming youths and every eligible adult in the town and diaspora for the forthcoming ADU general elections slated for Wednesday, April 7, 2021.
Also speaking, the initiator of Awba-Ofemili ChatRoom, Fred Nweke said the ‘Meet PG Candidates 2021’ sessions is expected to enable the chatroom group set agenda and interact with aspirants, led by those contesting for the highest office of President General.
Furthermore, the Editor-in-chief of ITREALMS disclosed that the sessions have been scheduled with Pastor Nice Nnamdi Mekoh billed for Saturday, March 27, this year between 10am-12pm; Mike Iloduba aka Ijele Mokwe, would also be hosted same Saturday evening between 7pm-9pm, while yet another aspirant Anthony Nwakeze aka Tony Paints ,would take the stage on Sunday, March 28, 2021 between 7pm-9pm.
“Those who have profiles can get it published free of charge on our international award-winning ITREALMS.com.ng,” Nweke said.
He enjoined every indigene of Awba-Ofemili to take advantage of this medium to interface with aspirants in order to provide them with good feedback they can use when they eventually emerge.