Anambra Assembly poll: Market chairman scores Soludo 80% on infrastructure, 70% on security

 

Anambra Assembly poll: Market chairman scores Soludo 80% on infrastructure, 70% on security

By Calis Mbadugha, Onitsha

As Anambrarians prepare for the House of Assembly election billed for Saturday, the chairman of New Auto Spare parts market, Nkpor, near Onitsha, Anambra State, Chief Elysius Ozorkwere, Wednesday,  scored Governor Charles Chukwuma Soludo, 80 per cent on infrastructural development of the State and 70 per cent on security.

Consequently, he urged the people to cast their votes for the House of Assembly to All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA candidates, to enable the governor to maintain the tempo of infrastructural development of the State, pointing out that if non APGA candidates take over majority, there is likelihood of constant squabbles thereby retarding the development of the State.

"The Governor has been able to perform wonderfully well in just  two days to clock one year in office, in every area, especially on infrastructure and security. I give him 80 on infrastructure and insecurity has been reduced to 30 per cent.

"I like the way the infrastructures are being spread all over the State. Roads and bridges are surfacing all over the place, infact Anambra State is under construction, let me put it that way.

"There is a lot of improvement on security. He has reduced insecurity to 30 per cent just within the period under review. In the market there are two major areas that he intervened which restored peace in the market.

"I know about market squabbles and instability. Traders are happier with Soludo now because he allowed traders to collect government revenues through market authorities and he stopped the #30,000 for loading and off loading of goods.

"If you want easy, smooth and peaceful House of Assembly, devoid of trouble, give APGA candidates to Soludo, come Saturday. For me, I have started mobilising the people both here in the market and Uga town, Aguata, where I come from.

" I did it during the Presidential/National Assembly elections. APGA won in the Federal House of Representatives. We have Aguata one and two. We are confident of delivering Aguata in my local Government Area," he boasted.

He allayed the fear of Labour Party, LP, sweeping the poll as it did in the  previous election, adding that the LP is not all about Peter Obi alone but that Nigerians want a change of the old order.

"Nigerians didn't just vote for Peter Obi but for the movement. Okada riders now win elections. It is a new Nigerian movement, a revolution headed by Obi," Ozorkwere further affirmed.


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