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Nwakile hails Anambra’s development strides at 30



THE State Organizing Secretary of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) Party, Anthony Nwakile has joined the league of other progressives to appreciate the quantum leap made by the state under the APGA led administration.

  Mr. Nwakile noted that significant features of development are being recorded under the governor Willie Obiano administration.

  He cited the Umueri International Airport and the International Conference Centre projects as legacy landmark achievements which have raised the state’s profile among its counterparts in Nigeria and noted with joy the impact of the choose-yourself-project initiative of the governor which has taken developments to the doorsteps of all communities in the state.  

  Mr. Nwakile further expressed delight that the under the Obiano administration, the state has recorded a huge success in the area of security of lives and property.

  According to him, under the governor’s watch, the rate of kidnapping and other violent crimes have been reduced to the barest minimum.

  He noted with joy the choice of Prof. Chukwuma Soludo as the party’s flagbearer for the November 6th governorship election in the state.

  The party chieftain expects the electorate to vote massively for the party to consolidate the gains of democracy unleashed by the APGA led administration.

  Mr. Nwakile noted that Soludo’s profile as consultant to many world financial institutions among other accolades attached to his personality are worthy assets to move the state to enviable heights.

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