Anambra Local Government Election will be Free and Fair – Peter Obi

1525020_574798275923186_404283157_nGovernor Peter Obi says the electorate will determine winners of the forth coming Local Government election in the State. Governor Obi was speaking at Ojoto, Idemili South Local Government Area, ahead of the January 11th Local Government election in Anambra State.

Governor Obi said the election would be transparent, free, fair and credible so that people’s choice would determine the eventual winners. He enjoined APGA faithful to sustain effective and massive mobilization of the people for the polls.

The Governor reaffirmed that APGA government would continue equitable distribution of democracy dividends across the State.

Speaking, the National Chairman of the party, Sir Victor Umeh said that APGA was confidence of victory because the APGA led Governemnt in the State had done so well for the people of the State.

The wife of the Governor, Mrs. Margaret Peter Obi charged women of the area to participate actively and vote for APGA.
Also speaking, the Commissioner for Information, Chief Joe Martins Uzodike urged the people of the area to give APGA total support at the polls to reciprocate Governor Obi’s kind disposition that engendered completion of many projects in various sectors.

The Transition Committee Chairmen, Idemili South, Mr. Eugene Ezekwem observed that the area benefited from all development projects of the Governor and had maintained high tempo of work even at tail end of his tenure.

Meanwhile, the APGA campaign train led by Gov. Peter Obi and Sir Victor Umeh are going to all the local Governments Areas in the State on campaign.

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