Mrs Obiano Asks Women To Beware Of Politicians Who Want To Take Anambra Back To Dark Era

Mrs Obiano Asks Women To Beware Of Politicians Who Want To Take Anambra Back To Dark Era

Wife of the Governor of Anambra State, Dr (Mrs) Ebelechukwu Obiano has asked women to be wary of seasonal politicians who want to take the state back to the dark years.

Dr (Mrs) Obiano who stated this while interacting with a women group, Anambra Women of Peace and Growth Initiative, in Awka, said that if all Anambra women could stand up against those who want to force their way to power, the future of the Anambra child would have been safeguarded for good.

Speaking with the women, the governor’s wife urged them to keep the state in their prayers, as the election draws closer, and remain unshaken in their quest for a better Anambra State.

While statinng that the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA and its candidate, Professor Soludo, remain the best deal for the state among plethora of choices, Dr (Mrs) noted that it is the duty of women as social pillars to choose right and protect the state.

The member representing Onitsha South, Constituency Two at the Anambra State House of Assembly, Honourable Beverley Ikpeazu-Nkemdiche, who also joined the meeting, noted that extra efforts were needed to get the desired results, urging the women to insist on the right future for the state, and resist those who do not mean well for Anambra State.

Earlier in her remarks, the leader of the women group, Lady Ngozi Orjiakor said that Dr (Mrs) Obiano has, alongside her husband, created a new dynamic of governance that has given everybody a sense of belonging, irrespective of their social statuses; the more reason his successor must be someone of like mind who can deliver results.

She said that Anambra women were ready for the forthcoming governorship election and would leave no stone unturned in bringing home the victory trophy for the All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA, and its candidate, Professor Chukwuma Soludo.

Wife of APGA candidate in the November election, Mrs Nonye Soludo, was also at the meeting.

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