ByÂ Dennis Agbo
AWKAâ€”ACTION Congress, AC, gubernatorial Candidate in the Anambra State, February 6 election, Dr. Chris Ngige, atÂ the weekend, took his three-point manifesto ofÂ public safety and security; infrastructural development; and social services and human resources development to the Ogbaru Shoe Manufacturers Market, and OgbaruÂ Main Market, Onitsh.
He asked the Onitsha businessmen to stay close to their polling units to ensure that their votes were counted correctly after voting.
Meanwhile, the Deputy Director-General of Dr. Chris Ngige Campaign Organisation, Mr Ben Chuks-Nwosu has called on the State Security service, SSS, the Police and INEC, to get to the root of the syndicate organised by some governorship candidates, who allegedly, were busy buying votersâ€™ cards instead of selling their manifesto to the people.
Ngige who announced to the Onitsha businessmen, that his government would usher in free education for all and 24 hours powerÂ from a proposed Independent Power Plant, urged the traders to refuse the offers to sell their voterâ€™s card, but to jealously guard it, as it was the key to their prosperity and the development of Anambra State.