www.odogwublog.com reports that Nawgu community in Dunukofia local council area of Anambra state yesterday donated a Siena model bus to Hon. Tony Nwoye's Campaign organization and pledged their total support to him to win.

The bus was facilitated by one of the sons of the community living in the United States of America, Mr. Emeka Ibekie who is a strong supporter of Nwoye.

Representative of the community, Prince Frank Nwegwu who is also Vice President General of Nawgu town union while presenting the bus said that the community took the step to show total support to Nwoye because past governments in Anambra state had neglected the community.

Nwegwu said the community is optimistic that if Nwoye wins the governorship election he will not forget the community.
According to him, it was important to support Nwoye given that one of the sons of Dunukofia local council, Prince Arthur Eze is a major supporter of Nwoye's governorship ambition.

In acknowledging the gesture, Nwoye said the donation was symbolic because Nawgu is the only community that has donated a vehicle to him even though he does not hail from there.

He told a large crowd of supporters  that he is conscious of their  neglect and he will redress it when he gets into office.
Nwoye said his own community, Nsugbe belongs to the group of back water communities known as Igbo Adagbe and  all were equally neglected but things will change when he gets into office.

Nwoye said Nawgu and Ukwulu communities are the backward communities in Dunukofia local council.

"It is for the reason of underdevelopment that I vowed to contest in the governorship election".
He criticized Governor Willie Obiano for poor performance and accused him of starching public fund abroad.
As for poor road network complained about by the community,Nwoye promised to redress the situation.
In addition, he promised to institute youth entrepreneurship, creat employment, skills acquisition for the unemployed to help themselves.
He added: "Our government is for the poor. This will be your government. Forget those who threatened you. Pray for us that God's will be done".
He, however, vowed that transition committee members appointed by Governor Obiano at the expiration of the tenure of elected members of various councils.