There is nothing you can say this is what the present governor has done for us – According to Monday Okpebholo

There is nothing you can say this is what the present governor has done for us - According to Monday OkpebholoThe All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate in Edo, Senator Monday Okpebholo, has promised to run an inclusive administration if elected in the September 21 gubernatorial election, according to a report from the Vanguard. At the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) medical mission kickoff on Monday in Akamkpa, Cross River, Okpebholo made this pledge.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Orajiaka’s decision to join the Labour Party was motivated by his desire to engineer positive change in society, which he believes is not possible within the existing political framework. He stated that his philosophy is to seek out a system that works and propels him to achieve his goals, rather than remaining tied to a regional arrangement that has failed to deliver. By choosing the Labour Party, Orajiaka is signaling his commitment to a new approach to politics, one that prioritizes the needs of the people over regional interests.

Orajiaka’s endorsement of Obi and the Labour Party is seen as a significant development in the lead-up to the 2025 Anambra State governorship election. His recognition of Obi’s achievements and leadership qualities is expected to resonate with the people of the state, who are eager for a return to good governance. By associating himself with Obi’s values, Orajiaka is positioning himself as a credible candidate for the governorship seat, one who is committed to bringing about positive change in the state.

The development highlights the growing influence of the Labour Party in Anambra State and its potential to bring about positive change in the political landscape. With Obi’s legacy and Orajiaka’s aspirations, the party is poised to make a significant impact in the upcoming election. The people of Anambra State are eagerly watching the developments, hoping for a new era of good governance and leadership that will propel the state forward.

He said: “My philosophy is that if a system is not working, you move to another system that works and propels you to achieve your desire to engineer positive change in society.

“I did not want to be tied in any way to anything that has to do with a regional arrangement. That is why I did not choose the All Progressives Grand Alliance. Then, the other parties have so much similarities with what I experienced in APC.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>