GOVERNOR Willie Obiano has promised to complete the ongoing street lighting project in Ekwulobia.
The governor, who spoke during All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA, rally at Ekwulobia Township Stadium on November 6, 2017, said he would complete all the ongoing projects in Aguata Local Government Area.
Obiano also said he would do all that Aguata people requested from him, in terms of infrastructure development and appointments, if voted back to power for a second term.
He thanked them for their loyalty and asked for support for a second term.
Chairman, Aguata LGA, Mr Eche Ezeibe on behalf of the people welcomed the governor and party stalwarts as well who came in their numbers for the rally.
He commended the governor for his developmental strides in Aguata and assured him of their total support during the Nov. 18 Governorship Election.
In separate addresses, Prof Charles Chukwuma Soludo, O.C.J. Ezechukwu, APGA chairman, Aguata LGA, Mr Ikem Uzoezie, said Aguata people had never voted for any other party, other than APGA in previous elections and that Nov 18 election would not be an exception.
Prof Soludo re-assured Obiano that Aguata would not abandon him, not only because he was their adopted son, `Agunaechemba’ of Old Aguata Union, but also because he had done very well in providing dividends of democracy to Ndi Anambra.
A former National Chairman of APGA Chief Victor Umeh called on people to embark on `house to house’ campaign in favour of APGA.
He added that the people should come out and vote on the day of the election and urged the youths to stay back at polling units after casting their votes to protect their votes.
Present at the occasion were the Traditional Rulers of Aguata, presidents-general of Aguata, Teachers, National Union of Local Government Workers, NULGE, pupils, APGA members and others.
– Nov 8, 2017 @ 17:45 GMT |