The candidate of the United Peoples Party (UPP) in the recent Anambra state governorship election, Chief Osita Chidoka said he is yet to give up on his gubernatorial ambition regardless of the bitter experiences that characterised the election.
He said the journey to Anambra Government House had just begun, insisting that ‘there will be no retreat, no surrender’ until the objective is achieved.
Chidoka spoke at an interaction with members of his campaign organization and the people of his community, Obosi in Idemili North local government area in appreciation of their support.
The former Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Commission, (FRSC), explained that though UPP did not win the election, the people of the area would get their share of amenities from the state government.
His words, “God’s time is the best and what I am asking from God is to give me what is due to me. Whatever God has destined must come to pass.
"The journey we have started will continue and I want to assure Anambra people that they will not be disappointed in our next outing.
“I am very optimistic that I will win the next governorship election to be conducted in Anambra State because that election will be determined by a lot of factors.
“After the 2019 general elections, we will begin to work for the 2022 election in earnest and the experience we gathered this year will be our guide.”