Broadcast: Obiano thanks Ndi Anambra, rallies support for APGA

Governor of A n a m b r a State, Chief Willie Obi­ano, has expressed his profound gratitude to Ndi Anambra for the massive support they gave to the All Progres­sives Grand Alliance (APGA) in last
Satur­day’s House of Assem­bly elections, which led to a clean sweep of 26 of the 30 constituency seats in the legislative chamber of Anambra State.
Delivering a state-wide broadcast entitled: Ndi Anambra, Dalu nu!, Governor Obiano lauded the people for demon­strating a powerful re­solve to join hands with one another to lay the foundation for a prosper­ous Anambra State.
According to him, in voting massively for APGA, Ndi Anambra “rose as one people to affirm the words of the Anambra Anthem which say that ‘… In together­ness, we will build a land of progress’.”
He thanked them for casting their votes in fa­vour of the 30 candidates that stood election on the platform of APGA.
Quoting Eric Hofer, American writer and thinker, who once ob­served that “the only way to predict the fu­ture is to have the power to shape it,” Governor Obiano observed that “in voting massively for APGA in last Saturday’s election, you have gra­ciously handed to me and Nkem Okeke, the power to shape the future of Anambra State. You have massively renewed, re-invigorated and re-vali­dated the sacred mandate you gave to us to build a better state for you…and we shall not fail you. Ndi Anambra we shall not let you down! Ndi b’anyi, oga adili unu mma o!”
Governor Obiano, however, took a swipe at some key Peoples Dem­ocratic Party (PDP) fig­ures in the state, who he accused of manipulating the results of the Nation­al Assembly election in the state, which he said was won by APGA.
He said: “The voting patterns and the overall results have shown that APGA actually swept all the three senatorial seats in the state but the out­come was manipulated to give temporary victory to PDP. And today, I say to those who are gloating over their stolen man­dates – ‘don’t rejoice for too long, because this injustice shall not stand!’
“Ndi Anambra, we have resolved that those, who rob us in the dead of the night shall not have the liberty to enjoy their spoils in the light of day. We have assem­bled a mountain of evi­dence to deny them that un-merited happiness. Ndi Anambra, we shall re-possess those stolen mandates!”
The governor further observed that the PDP figures had made a simi­lar attempt to thwart the will of the people in the House of Assembly elec­tions but failed woefully. He, therefore, urged the people to turn out as usual and cast their votes in the elections re-scheduled in four con­stituencies on Saturday this week in Ekwusigo, Anaocha 1 and 2 and Aguata 1.
On the re-scheduled election, governor Obia­no assured that he would do anything within his power to ensure a free, fair and peaceful elec­tion, urging the people to “rise to the challenge of ensuring that the con­stitutional rights of our people to decide who should represent them in the legislative assembly is not tampered with.”
Said he: “To my good people of Ekwusigo, Anaocha and Aguata, I assure you that I will do everything humanly possible to ensure that the candidates of your choice emerge victorious on Saturday. Although I have no doubt that our great party, APGA, will sweep the four seats in contention, I wish to as­sure Ndi Anambra as the chief security officer of this great state, that the contest will be free, fair and peaceful.
I have the assurances of INEC and all the ser­vice commanders in this state that the process will be free of the challenges that led to the cancella­tion of the exercise last weekend.”
Concluding his ad­dress, Governor Obiano quoted Werner Erhard, arguing that, “we cre­ate our future from our future, not our past.” I urge all the people of Ekwusigo, Anaocha and Aguata to play a role in creating a brighter future for yourselves by voting for the four APGA can­didates standing election this Saturday.”

Broadcast: Obiano thanks Ndi Anambra, rallies support for APGA Broadcast: Obiano thanks Ndi Anambra, rallies support for APGA Reviewed by Unknown on Thursday, April 16, 2015 Rating: 5

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