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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Igwe Onyekwere Asks Anambra Electorate To Shun Money Politics, Thuggery

The State electorate have been advised to shun money politics and political thuggery.

The traditional Ruler of Owelle Ancient Kingdom in Anambra West Igwe Anthony Onyekwere, gave the advice in a chat with the ABS in Awka.

Igwe Onyekwere who assured Governor Willie Obiano of one hundred percent vote in his community and other areas of influence, reminded the electorate that political thuggery does no one any good.

He urged them to safeguard their voter’s cards as well as say no to monetary inducement to be able to vote in Governor Obiano for the second term in office as he meant well for the citizenry.

Igwe Onyekwere promised to continue with house to house sensitization and mobilization of eligible voters to ensure that they deliver the Governor because according to him, he has been tested and trusted in his developmental strides in the state.

In their separate speeches the Special Assistant to the Governor on Political Matters, Honourable Chukwuemeka Eleojo and the President-General Owelle Ancient Kingdom, Honourable Augustine Nwakwudo, extolled the Governor’s visionary leadership in all sectors of the state economy, calling on the citizenry to give him the desired support by voting for him come November 18 to enable him emerge victorious.

On his part, an APGA stalwart at Urum in Awka North Council Area, Comrade Chimezie Udekwe, expressed satisfaction with the transformational agenda of Governor Obiano in the state, thanking him for the twenty million naira community choose-your-project-initiative explaining that the Urum Community used theirs to build market while commending him for the good road network reconstructed in the area , noting that people can now transport their farm produce to the urban areas.

He extolled Governor Obiano’s security initiative, and his visionary leadership in the state.

By Nneka Anoliefo

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