Anambra 2021: Give masses-oriented Action Alliance, Nwawuo a chance, chairman urges
As Nwawuo picks AA nomination form
Ahead of the 2021 governorship election in Anambra State, the National chairman of Action Alliance (AA) Chief Adekunle Rufai Omoaje has called on the good people of the State to endeavour to give a political party with good plans for the masses like AA a chance at the poll in the November 6, 2021 election.
Chief Omoaje made the call when he stormed Anambra with his executives to receive a governorship aspirant Chief Nnamdi Nwawuo into the AA fold at the party secretariat in Awka .
He argued that AA is in a better position to give Anambra people the kind of development they are yearning for because according to him, the party is about the interests of the electorates.
Hear him: “In AA we don’t have godfathers, we don’t have cabals and we don’t have any other agenda outside executing developing projects in education, health, roads, agriculture, creating jobs and ensuring adequate security of lives and property.
“So we have every reason to assure Anambra people that they will enjoy massive dividends of democracy if they give us mandate to lead the State”
The Chairman told Chief Nwawuo that he has made a good choice by joining AA.
He assured him that the party is going to give all the necessary support needed by the members and those aspiring for elective positions to thrive in the politics of 2021 polls and beyond.
He added: “I will continue to give you support towards the development and progress of the party in Anambra to enable the party achieve the set goal of winning elections in the State.”
Addressing the audience, Nwawuo explained why he decamped from People Redemption Party (PRP) to AA.
He said that he decided to run the governorship race under AA after discovering that his manifesto and that of AA is the same in content and pro masses in nature.
He assured that he will make dividends of democracy much available in education, health, agriculture, roads, create jobs for the youth, and ensure tight security when elected.
By Toby Chuks, Awka