AHEAD of the November 6 governorship election in Anambra State, Gov. Willie Obiano has called on aspirants from all parties to make their plans known to ndi Anambra rather than wasting time on mudslinging.
Gov. Obiano made the call through Commissioner for Information and Public Enlightenment, C-Don Adinuba, who advised opposition parties to go about their campaigns with decorum.
According to him, Gov. Obiano has improved on governance and overall public good since becoming governor.
“Anambra State will not wish to return to the era where a governor would be kidnapped and the party forged his letter of resignation. The party which burnt the House of Assembly Complex, Governor’s Lodge in Onitsha, Government House in Awka, the Judiciary, the Anambra Broadcasting Service complex, and some other public buildings, does not have the moral justification to rule the state again. The party that falsified election results and engaged in the most unconscionable looting called the ‘Irrevocable Payment Standing Orders’ through which many contractors were allegedly paid regardless of the job they did or did not do, will not rule the state again. They put the state into peonage and brought it to ruin. They cannot expect to make a comeback to strangle the state completely. INEC has released the timetable, there is need for aspirants to conduct themselves orderly just like in 2017, otherwise they would face the people’s wrath,” he said.