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PDP in final mop up in Anambra

By Vincent Ujumadu ,

Awka-SENATE President, Chief David Mark, National Chairman of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Prince Vincent Ogbulafor and other top officials of the party have hammered on free, fair and credible election in the February 6 Anambra Governorship election, saying the party was optimistic that PDP would sweep the polls.

The senate president who represented Vice-President Goodluck Jonathan at the grand finale  rally of PDP governorship campaign at the Basilica of the Most Holy Trinity Field Onitsha, said that all they were asking the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is to conduct transparent election

According to the senate president, Anambra should join other state in being part of the decision at the national level adding that the state is so important to be isolated.

“We are not in Anambra State to campaign for PDP candidate Prof Chukwuma Soludo who, we know is the  the solution to Anambra’s problems, but for the sake of the future of Anambra whildren and the youths so that their employment and security can be guaranteed”.

The Senate President told the mammoth crowd that  Anambra State should be in fore-front in Nigerian politics and should not allow themselves to be relegated to the background by others.

Mark, who was accompanied by the Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu said that with Prof Soludo, Anambra people already have solutions for their myriads of problems and urged them to vote PDP massively on Feb 6 as well as ensure that they monitor and protect their votes.

The National Chairman of PDP Chief Vincent Ogbulafor said that the National Working Committee (NWC), had carefully selected a man who can lift Anambra State out of wood but quickly added that the choice of Soludo was divine not the handwork of any single individual.

He said that the mammoth crowd that turned out to the grand finale of PDP governorship election has spoken volumes that PDP is the party to beat in Saturday February 6 election.


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