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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Anambra Poll: We See Pendulum Swinging Towards Obiano — Onitsha Medical Dealers


Chairman of the Association of Medical and Pharmaceutical Products Dealers, AMPPDO,  Bridge-Head Market, Onitsha, Mr. Uche Eze has endorsed Governor Willie Obiano for the election. 

Eze who made this view known to newsmen yesterday at the union’s secretariat, Drug Market, Onitsha, said they were aligning themselves to the view that there is no need to change a winning team.

According to Mr. Eze, “First of all, I commend all the political parties in the state for conducting free, fair, peaceful and rancour-free primary elections that produced their various flag bearers and we don’t want a chaotic situation during the general election.” 

“In my view and that of my members, he continued, I will say Obiano has performed well and it is ideal to return him. There is no need to change a winning team. I am optimistic that he will be returned for doing well and there is no need changing him. I like to identify with his successes for performing marvellously well.” 

“His performances are unprecedented in the annals of market development in the state to the extent that he even gave out N10 million to markets for market projects. No other governor has ever done anything close to this. He has a wonderful relationship with markets and their executives. He is prompt in assistance and that is why I said that the pendulum is swinging towards him.” 

“Let INEC revalidate the voters cards to ensure that everybody has the card and power to vote because without the cards, you have no powers.” 

On fake drugs within the market, he noted that he has a lucid evidence to back up his claims that fakery has reduced in the market, as one of the primary assignments of his executive.

By Nwabueze Okonkwo

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