Imo 2015: Adim Submits Nomination Forms, Promises Transformation Of Imo State

In clear preparation for the gubernatorial primaries of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, in the state, a governorship hopeful, Ambassador Obi Adim, has formally submitted his nomination and the expression of interest form.
Addressing journalists at the party’s national secretariat, Wadata Plaza, Abuja, Amb. Adim, explained that he was on a mission to bring good governance to the people through the total transformation of the critical sectors of the state’s economy.
He promised that if given the golden opportunity to pilot the affairs of the state in the next four years, his administration would record monumental achievements in the areas of sustainable infrastructure, Education, Health, Human capital development and job creation.
He added that as a youth, who grew up in the state, he was better positioned to address seeming employment and qualitative education challenges confronting the people, while urging people of the state to rally round his aspiration, as he was committed to bringing the needed change in the state.
The governorship hopeful however, thanked president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, as well as the national leadership of the PDP, for creating a credible platform for gifted Nigerian youths to contribute their quota to the development of the country, while pledging his determination never to fail.

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