Anambra pre-electoral activities.

Reports from Anambra on pre-electoral activities. THIS BATTLE IS NO MORE CHILDISH. IFEANYI UBAH as it stands now, is moving the masses towards LABOUR PARTY. He is seriously desperate for that seat and is working acidiously towards achieving it. 80% of the people of Anambra state Sings His praise. He is like "spartacus" never relenting and ever striving. He has overwhelmed so many money bags by the way he spends money in and out of the country for this singular purpose of the "Governorship seat" He has proved to most lay-men to administrative prowess that he is worthy of moving Anambra forward. Many that spoke with wisdom and foresight towards what could be of the state when "governmentaly unskilled" persons assumes position are now "stuttering" due to the strategic spending and philanthropism of Dr I. Ubah. Political opponents are fidgety and even the power of incumbency advantages for APGA governorship candidate is not on solid grounds. Reports are flying in from every nook and crany of this country on how arrangements have been made to convey the people of Anambra from their various stations (other states) to come in and vote. Money speaking! Money is a serious FACTOR in achieving anything in this part of the globe. People want immediate gratification and not age long establishment for their generation and next. An average Anambra person wants cash at hand rather than fresh air for all. With this vain, Ifeanyi Ubah is a great rival to any opponent. He is like "triple-H" He has tough skins. He has the supports of most cyclist, tri-cyclists and motorist due to his free Monday-Monday fuel. He has the support of most Catholics due to the mega church of the Nnewi diocese he is single handedly building. He has the supports of most women whom through his kerosene scheme had benefited some discounts. He has the supports of majority of business men and women. But my question is this: Is he qualified to handle a state? Have your say, air your view. Chibuike Ogunwa. 08036972695


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