The Governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress, (APC), in Abia State, High Chief Ikechi Emenike, has assured Abians of instituting development blocks in Abia State if he emerges Governor at the polls.
Emenike who spoke on Tuesday at the Mega Rally of the APC held at the Umuahia Township Stadium, stated that Abians have yearned for development over the years, saying that the time for the desired development has come.
He revealed that despite countless efforts to ensure that their emergence will not come to fruition, he is optimistic of a resounding victory at the polls as the party knows the plights of Ndi Abia and he is prepared to nip these challenges in the bud if he is elected Governor.
High Chief Emenike, who charged all Abians no matter where they are domiciled, to think of rescuing the State from her current state before the desired development will come, urged all to join hands in achieving the Abia of their dream.
He appealed to the youth to take the message of hope to their immediate family members and friends, assuring them that their cries of unemployment is over, promising that he will put structures on ground that will ensure that they will be gainfully employed.
Emenike, also reeled out plans to pay pensioners and ensure regular payment of salaries of workers, noting that it is the right of the worker to receive his salaries, emphasizing that the story of Abia will change if he emerges the Governor.
He assured the National Working Committee of the party and the Presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, of a resounding victory in Abia, stressing that Abia is APC and will churn out 100% vote for the party at the polls.
Meanwhile, interacting with newsmen after the rally, the Director Media & Publicity Ikechi Emenike Campaign Organization, Prince Tony Eze, assured Abians that his principal, High Chief Ikechi Emenike, is a square peg in the right hole, maintaining that he has what it takes to lead Abia to the path of development, calling on Abians to make no mistakes at electing him.
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