SIXTEEN PRESSURE GROUPS AND ORGANISATIONS ROOT FOR THE RE-ELECTION OF GOVERNOR WILLY OBIANO IN 2017. CALL ON ALL ANAMBRARIANS TO SUPPORT THIS DECLARATION.
Sixteen different socio-political and socio-cultural Pressure groups under the auspices of the COALITION FOR THE RE-ELECTION OF GOVERNOR WILLY OBIANO COREGWO met at Enugu , ,Enugu state on Thursday 3rd November, 2016 and x-rayed the development in Anambra state since the
inception of the regime of Governor Willy Obiano.
They appraised his achievements in the areas of infrastructure, agriculture, education , security, youth and women empowerment, urban development etc and were satisfied with his score card so far.
The groups consulted widely with all shades of opinion in the state and visited all nook and cranny of Anambra state.
Based on these palpable facts and levels of achievements, the groups have collectively and individually declared total support for the re-election of Governor Willy Obiano(the performer) for a second term
of office in the 2017 gubernatorial election.
We therefore call on all Anambrarians to support this laudable decision and mobilize the grass root and all stakeholders in the state to toe this plausible line.
LONG LIVE ANAMBRA STATE
LONG LIVE THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
GROUPS UNDER THE COALITION
1 SOUTH EAST POLITICAL MOVEMENT SEPOM CHIEF CHINASA CHUKWU
2. WORLD IGBO YOUTH ALLIANCE DAMIAN OKEKE
3NDIGBO IN THE DIASPORA OSADEBE CHINEDUM
4. COALITION OF ALL ANAMBRA YOUTHS BENSON ANENE
5. NDINNE IGBO MRS BEATRICE NWAGBALA
6. NETWORK FOR POLITICAL AWARENESS BRIGHT OKOLO
7. IGBO YOUTHS RENNAISANCE SYLVESTER OJUKWU
8. WILLY OBIANO CONTINUITY FORUM JAMES OBIAKOR
9. APGA NATIONAL SUPPORTERS FORUM OKEY COLBERT
10 IGBO STUDENTS ASSOCIATION CHIKA MBAMALU
11. IGBO CHRISTAIN CENTRE PATOR OKECHUKWU IFEMESIA
12 NIGERIAN YOUTHS FOR WILLY OBIANO ABDUSALAM UMAR
13. IGBO WOMEN IN POLITICS AMAKA OKOYE
14 ANAMBRA GOOD GOVERNANCE INITIATIVE NNAKA CHUMA
15 COALITION OF NIGERIAN DEMOCRATS OLUSEGUN DOTUN
16SOUTH EAST /SOUTH SOUTH YOUTH FEDERATION DOUGLAS MARCUS