Every election is a choice and in this season, the choice could not be more clearer. It’s even more than a choice between parties or personalities; it’s actually a choice between philosophies. It’s a choice between experience and inexperience. It’s a choice between the values we hold very close to our heart as a people and the values we dislikes.
We know what it takes to make our communities safer. We know what it takes to make life more affordable to our people in the rural areas and we know what it takes to ease the suffering of our people that has long been marginalized due to lack of adequate representation. We know that we need to strengthen not abandon the promise of public education; good roads and basic amenities for the areas it has not reached. We know what it takes to lead both with the example of our power and with the power of our example.
Most importantly I know what needs to be done to secure a better deal for the people of Anambra east and west on the table where the national cake is being shared. We’re ready to lead the crusades for a greater Anambra for all.