2017 Candidate Interview: Northville City Councilperson Sam Ekong

2017 Candidate Interview: Northville City Councilperson Sam Ekong

(Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 15, 2017)

Northville, MI – Northville City Councilperson Sam Ekong is running for re-election on Nov. 7 in a race with two seats and two candidates.  Patrick Giesa is also on the ballot. While they are both most assuredly going to win, Ekong took the time to talk with Oakland County Times and let voters know more about him and the Northville community.

Ekong is an engineer and he’s been on Northville City Council for four years.

“In all honesty, I went into it because I wanted to give back to the city.  I love the city I live in, I think it’s a beautiful city,” Eknog said. “The people are nice.  I’ve always been involved in politics so I thought hey this is something I could do, help the city, so I went into it.  I think that has worked fine for me so far.”

Hear more of what Ekon had to say:

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Learn more about this candidate’s campaign at: http://samekong.com/.

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