Anambra Election: Why Power of Incumbency Won’t Save APGA, PDP Chieftain Reveals

Anambra Election: Why Power of Incumbency Won’t Save APGA, PDP Chieftain Reveals

  • All road leads to Anambra come Saturday, November 6, ahead of its gubernatorial elections in the state
  • The opposition party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has revealed that they are well prepared to take over the mantle of leadership from ruling All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA)
  • A chieftain of the PDP has recently stated that its candidate, Valentine Ozigbo, would record landslide victory in the election, adding that the Power of incumbency won’t save APGA

Awka, Anambra state- It’s few weeks to the Anambra gubernatorial elections but the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has again restated its preparedness to wrestle power from the ruling All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) on Saturday, November 6.

The Nation reports that the party said its candidate, Valentine Ozigbo, would have landslide victory in the election.

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The coordinator of Ozigbo Youth Vanguard and chairman of aggrieved councillors in the state, High Chief Chuks Benson Anaje, made this declaration on Monday, October 11, while addressing party faithful at his home in Awka.

Anambra Guber Poll: The power of incumbency won’t save APGA, PDP chieftain says
The PDP chieftain, High Chief Chuks Benson Anaje says Valentine Ozigbo is a man of his words. Photo credit: Valentine C Ozigbo
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Anaje emphasised that the power of incumbency would not save APGA in the election.

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He said:

“When he (Ozigbo) came here, Umujagwo my village in Awka, he told us that he would do everything possible to give Awka a capital city that befits it.
“He has promised to ensure adequate road networks, security, infrastructure and a whole lot of other programmes that will touch the life of every Anambrarian and all those resident in the State positively.
“He is a gentleman and we know he will fulfill all his promises.”

The campaign coordinator assured the people that Ozigbo would make a difference, if elected governor next month.

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He urged the voters to elect the PDP candidate to serve them by voting for him massively on November 6.

Anambra Election: 11 Reasons Maduka is a force to reckon with in the electoral contest

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that political analysts say Accord Party's Godwin Maduka from Umuchukwu in Orumba South local government area, is a force to reckon with in the forthcoming Anambra governorship election.

Maduka is a Nigerian-American doctor, businessman, and philanthropist, and the founder of Las Vegas Pain Institute and Medical Center in the United States.

He is also a former Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship aspirant and a formidable politician capable of springing up surprises.

APC afraid of free and fair election in Anambra, APGA shares crucial details

Earlier, the ruling party in Anambra state, the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) has accused the opposition party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) of plotting to rig the forthcoming governorship election.

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Legit.ng gathered that the national coordinator of APGA media warriors forum, Evangelist Chinedu Obigwe, has said that APC and its candidate are afraid of a free and fair contest and are resorting to clandestine and crooked methods to achieve victory in the Saturday, November 6, election.

Obigwe, in a statement issued in Awka, claimed that the APC and its candidate, Andy Uba, are aware that their chances of winning the guber election was very slim, ‘hence their reason for plotting desperately to have an easy ride to rig the election.

Source: Legit.ng

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