Thursday, September 13, 2018

Imo 2019: Ndigbo Lagos backs Nick Opara-Ndudu - ITREALMS

The campaign of Hon. Nick Opara-Ndudu , the All Progressives Grand Alliance(APGA) aspirant for the 2019  governorship election in Imo  State, got a boost on Sunday as leading personalities  from  Igboland converged in Lagos  to listen to him  as he presented his  blueprint to them in the event which was titled : An Evening With Nick Opara-Ndudu Imo  Gubernatorial Aspirant , 2019, reports ITREALMS.

These personalities who are top executives in the  banking & finance, oil&gas , shipping,and  manufacturing sectors,as well as leading  politicians, civil servants,  among others, gathered at the Landmark  Towers Leisures Centre, Victoria Island, listened with rapt attention as  Opara-Ndudu made a step-by-step presentation of his blueprint , which contain the things he will do  if elected as governor of Imo State in 2019.

They noted that Imo  State has been unlucky   having people who do not have the experience of working in a well structured environment as governors , adding that  that  has impacted  negatively on the socioeconomic development of the state.
They argued that as the eastern heartland ,this mistake should be be avoided by bringing in somebody who has a combination of  both private and public sectors background.

A front line lawyer, and former governorship aspirant in Anambra State, Barr. Kenneth Odidika , who spoke at the occasion, said he has associated with Opara-Ndudu for over three decades described the governorship aspirant as a man who does not renege on his promises. 

"He is a man of integrity, who does what he says, and of high intellectual capacity," Odidika said ,adding : "With Nick Opara-Ndudu as Governor , Anambra will do catch-up".

He also described him as " an excellent thinker and doer".

In his presentation, Opara-Ndudu painted a gory picture of the situation in Imo  State, regretting that the  present leadership does not see  it as something requiring serious attention and commitment.

He said that if he is given the nod by the electorate, to run the affairs of the state, Imo  would be returned to its glorious past.

This, he said,   would be done through proactive and workable policies that will  bring about transformation of the state.

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