He was nominated among 15 other intending candidates who will race against against the incumbent sitting MP and Minister for Labour and Industrial Relations Minister Benjaman Poponawa who has held the seat for the last 10 years.
In his policy speech he stressed that Tambul Nebilyer for the last 10 years had not seen any change.
He said if he is elected into Parliament, his first job is to review and build new roads and bridges for the people to have access to the outside world.
He also said he would also provide funds to support the Tambul Nebilyer Students attending various tertiary institutions in the country to support human resource in his electorate.
He will support the law and order sector by providing funds for ward councilors and village court magistrates to recognise them in their helpless job that they do to minimise law and order problems at the community level.
According to the Returning Officer, Philip Kansol, 18 candidates have been nominated adding that from the last election the number has increased by another seven candidates.