UPP Will Win Anambra Guber Election – Chidoka

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By Paul Uwadima, Abuja –

Former aviation minister and frontline contender in the November 18, 2017 Anambra state governorship election, Chief Osita Chidoka, has said that with the widespread support from the people and the soaring popularity of his party, the United Progressive Party (UPP), it is certain that he will win the governorship election.

He said he is certain of that because, the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), the All Progressive Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) have all failed ndi Anambra.

The former Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC),

who has been on very extensive grassroots mobilization and tours of his campaign offices and structures in all the 326 electoral wards  across the state, has said that he has since become the electoral face for the actualization of the aspiration and struggle of the ordinary people in Anambra state.

Speaking while receiving some political associates and some professional groups in Anambra, who visited his campaign office in Awka, the Anambra state capital, Chief Chidoka said that “the game is  already up for the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) which has completely squandered the goodwill initially reposed in it by the people.”

Speaking further, Chief Chidoka said “the ordinary people of Anambra;

who are the ultimate deciders at the polls are intensely yearning for an entirely new era; a government run by persons of proven experience,  integrity and character; a new, transparent, resourceful and prudent administration that guarantees them full and equal access to resources and opportunities available in their state, and I represent that struggle and aspiration”.

“I stand for the people and they stand with me. We have since become a  movement with an inevitable mission; a mission to take back the state  to the rightful owners: Ndi Anambra; a mission for a new order where  resources and opportunities are not cornered by a privileged and  corrupt few but for the benefit of all.”