Guber poll: APGA has collapsed in Anambra – APC aspirant

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A leading governorship aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Dr. Chidozie Nwankwo, said his enterance into the race to become the next governor of Anambra state has collapsed the state ruling party; All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA).

Nwankwo, however, promised to ensure absolute peaceful coexistence in the state by engaging the youths through gainful employment across the state.

Addressing newsmen after submitting his nomination forms at the national secretariat of the APC Monday in Abuja, Chidozie Nwankwo urged the people of Anambra to consider those with pedigree in position of leadership.

“My reputation in Anambra state having being the head of the biggest markets in onitsha, because Onitsha controls all the elites that are the decision makers in all the 177 communities. I have been a leader in Onitsha main market for 10 years. Within the 10 years of my reign, I brought a change that cannot be erase in 100 years going forward. I have been in the market and our popularity is indescribable. The legacy I left when I was the leader of the main market supersede any influence APGA has in Anambra state.

When asked what he would do differently if given opportunity, the governorship aspirant said: “I am a catalyst throughout my life. I have always brought change to whatever I do. My records shows that every field of human endeavors I have always engaged myself I have brought changes not only in Nigeria but across the world.”

On how he will use agriculture and other initiatives to solve the problem of insecurity in the state, Nwankwo said: “Can I be honest with you. There have been absolute peace in Anambra state.  Until a good leader gets to power. There will be a drastic change towards that agitation. If you read my manifesto, I am going to single Anambra out to become the industrial hub of Africa. And, millions of teaming youths will not have time to demonstrate when they are employed. 

“I have done businesses in 7 countries of the world. I have been to Isreal about three times, I have been to Ethiopia with outstanding agricultural records. We are going to employ the best brains. In all my companies, I have always partner with the best companies in the world. Why people failed in agriculture is because they dont look for those with the pedigree. People with the records and experience to manage their entities. And that is why they failed.”