As PPA flags off campaign
…Ezeemo identifies priority needs of LGAs
By O’star Eze
The Progressive People’s Alliance, PPA in Anambra State has slated October 28, 2017 as their official campaign flag off date to be held at All Saint’s Cathedral, Onitsha. This comes after the Godwin Chukwunaenye Ezeemo Campaign Organisation directed by Dr Chira Obiora, took time to tour all the local government areas in the state interacting with PPA members and other pressure groups in the areas to identify, first-hand, the priority needs of the various local government areas.
While interacting with the riverine people of Anambra West in Mmiata Anam, The PPA guber flag bearer, Godwin Ezeemo promised them that their communities will no more be cut off by flood.
In his words, “Why build flyovers in Awka when some of our brothers find it difficult to navigate their terrain.”
Nobody will want to leave Anambra again for another state if I assume office of the governor.
“Do not allow yourself to be used by people who lack love for humanity but are desperate for power. Regardless of the amount of money they give you. What will bless us is that we make black man’s land the best place on the face of the earth.”
Ezeemo shared that it was his first hand knowledge of the trouble black man goes through in other lands that informed his coming back to Nigeria from the UK where he had spent 20 years “to contribute towards making black man proud of his land.”
While at Nibo, Awka South, Ezeemo decried the poor standard of their roads and said that his administration will establish more standard roads which will receive constant maintenance.
At Onitsha Omagba, Ezeemo told the faithful that he would “establish a foundation for a new Anambra State.”
PPA DG, Dr Chira, reminded the people of how Ezeemo had continually shown genuine compassion for them in times of crisis even before he got involved in politics and encouraged them to ensure they win their local government areas for PPA to secure good and credible governance for themselves.
In his response, the PPA chairman, Anambra West, Chief Emmanuel Onyeka, while introducing ward representatives from Ifite Anam, Olom, Innoma, Olu Innoma, Nzam, Mmiata Anam present at the event, said that his people need Ezeemo more than other local governments.
“Our place is where there is work. So we need you more than other communities because your resolve to impact on our lives is not in doubt,” he said.