Dr. Godwin Maduka, the Accord Party Candidate for the Saturday, November 6, gubernatorial election in Anambra state has continued to enjoy overwhelming support from the people.
Ever since his announcement to contest the state's highest office, various groups and bodies have thrown their weight behind the businessman and philanthropist.
He is the founder of Las Vegas Pain Institute and Medical Center in the United States and a formidable politician capable of springing up surprises.
Maduka, who is from Umuchukwu in Orumba South local government area has been described by political analysts as a force to reckon with in the forthcoming election.
He has received numerous endorsements due to his actions as well as stepping up in various ways before coming to contest for governorship election.
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According to the pepole, Maduka has proven beyond every reasonable doubt that he deserves their votes simply because he has done so much for Ndi Anambra.
Legit.ng in this list highlights the groups supporting Maduka:
1. Ohaneze Igbo Women
2. Ezumezu Ndigbo Women Worldwide
3. Catholic youth Organization of Nigeria, Onitsha Catholic Archdiocese and Awka Catholic Diocese
4. Association of Anambra Central Traditional Rulers Council
How Maduka picked Sir Obi Kenneth Ifeatu as running mate
Legit.ng had earlier reported that Maduka officially unveiled his running mate at an interactive press conference held on Wednesday, August 11.
Maduka's running mate is Sir Kenneth Ifeatu Obi, a director in a medical company and also a director in an oil servicing firm.
He is a devout Anglican, who had vied for the House of Representatives seat in 2015.
Maduka goes spiritual, promises victory for Accord Party
Meanwhile, as the heat of the governorship election in Anambra state continues, the flagbearer for Accord Party has decided to go spiritual, praying against any defeat in the exercise.
The Nigerian-American doctor on Monday, November 1, assured stakeholders and the people that the party will emerge victorious in the November 6 poll.
He expressed optimism ahead of the keenly contested election, saying through divine assistance he will conquer all fears and challenges.
INEC issues warning to parties
In a related development, INEC has warned that multiple court orders pose a major threat to the conduct of the Anambra governorship election coming up on Saturday, November 6.
The nation’s electoral body said some of the orders have the tendency of eroding the powers of the commission and compromising its independence.
The commission also noted that the planning and preparation for election require certainty and adherence to timelines.