As insecurity crisis increases in Anambra state, a governorship candidate, Valentine Ozigbo of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has decided to take a new campaign method, as he finalized plans to launch a door-to-door campaign following his tour to Anambra State councils and important campaigns in Abuja, Lagos, Rivers, Imo, and Delta states.
Valentine Chineto Ozigbo’s (VCO) Campaign Organization’s Media Adviser, Aziza Uko, said the PDP candidate would resume door-to-door campaigns after completing a massive campaign in Asaba, Delta State, yesterday.
The campaign tour in Delta, according to a statement released by the campaign organization, was part of the PDP candidate’s efforts to take his message of revolutionizing administration, bringing fresh ideas and development to Anambra State indigenes living in Delta State.
Uko stated that Ozigbo gave specifics of his vision reflected in his ‘Five-Cluster Development Strategy, aimed at impacting positively on the lives of the people’ at a Delta Town Hall meeting organized by Friends of Val Ozigbo and tagged ‘VCO Meets Ndi Anambra in Delta’ in Asaba yesterday.
Ozigbo promised to build a good commercial centre in Onitsha and its environs to suit the unique demographics and produce a beneficial ripple effect on Anambra State indigenes in Delta State.
“Onitsha and environs, including Idemili, will be Nnewi Zone and Ihiala Cluster will be transformed into the biggest industrial hub in German Information Centre Africa.
The Omambala areas of Oyi, Ayamelum, Anambra East and Anambra West, as well as Ogbaru and Awka North will become an agricultural goldmine. Our farmers will control the entire economic chain, which will bring prosperity to the sector,” the statement reads.
However, that was rumors that the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) is planning to form an alliance with the Uba ahead of the governorship election have been debunked.
IPOB’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, issued a statement titled: We Didn’t Have Any Discussion With Andy Uba On Anambra Election, stating that the group was uninterested in the election.
“Uba and his likes should leave IPOB out of their politics. Again, Uba could not have possibly accessed the leadership of IPOB. He should, therefore, stop using IPOB to get cheap popularity.”