Anambra Election: ‘APGA is a failed Party’ | Dailytrust

Anambra Election: ‘APGA is a failed Party’

Ahead of the governorship election scheduled to hold November 6, Coalition for True Democracy (CTD), has described the government of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Anambra as a colossal failure.

In a statement on Monday in Awka, Anambra State, the coordinator of the group, Mr Samuel Okolo, said APGA has succeeded in taking the state 20 years backwards 30 years after its creation.

“Obiano’s government has exhibited high-level lack of accountability, which has subjected the state to developmental backwardness.

“We, as a political pressure group, have done a critical evaluation of this administration and seen the high level of man inhumanity to man.

“Our students every day suffer transportation to and from school but we observed that over one thousand busses that were bought for Soludo’s campaign are rotting away,” he said.

Okolo said the level of decay, especially in the state capital, Awka, leaves one wondering what the state government does with the huge resources of the state.

“Wastage of Anambra tax payer’s money will not return APGA and its candidate, Prof Chukwuma Soludo, to power as the Anambra electorate are wiser and better informed now more than ever before.

“Every reasonable person knows that APGA has lost steam under the current leadership.

“The party has failed woefully over time. The party hasn’t been able to meet the wishes and aspirations of the people who gave them the mandate to lead,” he said.

“Anambra have to be part of the centre. Let’s be wise, we should have a good leader; Sen. Andy Uba is a leader who has what it takes to lead Anambra to prosperity. He will give us the right access to power and resources.”

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