The All Progressives Congress (APC) gubernatorial aspirant in the forthcoming governorship election in Anambra state, Senator Andy Uba says he would defeat Governor willie Obiano at the poll in November.
I'll unseat Governor Willi Obiano, says Senator
"Anambra needs someone like me who has the resources and connection to turn things around and bring federal presence to the state," Senator Uba said.
Speaking at a sensitization tour of local government areas in the state, Uba described himself as the most qualified APC aspirant in the race.
"Anambra state needs someone like me who has the resources and connection to turn things around and bring federal presence, employment and infrastructure to the state," Uba told a large gathering of party faithful and other inhabitants preparatory to the APC primaries.
He assured the party excos of his maximum support and assistance that will enable them carry out their various duties which he has proven by donating 24 vehicles for all the local governments, zonal party chairmen, donation of bags of rice and financial resources to party faithful.
At the Onitsha North local government, a member of the House of Representatives, Hon Linda Ikpeazu, urged indigenes to give maximum support to Senator Uba who she described as a go-getter and generous who used his contact and resources to attract employment to many Anambrarians during the Obasanjo administration.
At Ogidi, Idemili North Local government area and Ojoto Idemili South local government area, Senator Andy promised the huge gathering of party faithful and admirers that his administration will be all inclusive devoid of discrimination and marginalization for the benefit of all.
At Anaocha local government area, one of the numerous admirers of Senator Uba, Elder Paschaline Ebube offered prayers for victory of senator Uba and also delivered a gift to him.
The local governments visited include, Anambra West, Anambra East, Oyi and Anaocha local government areas.
Others are, Idemili North and South local governments and Onitsha North and South.
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