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Anambra poll: Indigenes in US reveal why the group prefers Andy Uba

Anambra poll: Indigenes in US reveal why the group prefers Andy Uba

Anambra poll: Indigenes in US reveal why the group prefers Andy Uba

Indigenes of Anambra state in the United States of America have supported the candidacy of the All Progressives Congress (APC) flagbearer, Sen. Andy Uba in the November 6 governorship election in the state.

The group under the platform of USA Partner Senator Andy Uba disclosed that the APC candidate has what it takes to govern the state in terms of wealth of knowledge and experience.

State Coordinator of the group, David Umeh while addressing journalists yesterday said the choice of Uba to other candidates was also informed by his financial capacity to fund his campaign, describing his co-contestants as ‘baby politicians’.

He explained that the ruling All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) had lost relevance in the state occasioned by bad governance, saying the so-called airport legacy project would not be completed at the expiration of the present administration.

“This time around, it will be a walkover, particularly with the defections of other party members to APC, including 6 House of Assembly APGA members, 3 federal House of Reps members, a PDP Senator, BOT PDP member, Ikpeazu and others.

“The airport the governor is boasting will be ready before the election is not possible. Election will come and go and the airport will remain the way it is. It’s Andy Uba that will commission it. The same with the International Conference Centre.

“Anambraians living in US have a resolution that they want someone who will make Anambra great again. After their several meetings, they found Andy worthy. In US, we call them Super-Coordinators, headed is Dr. Chike Orama. ”

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