Prince Ifeanyi Ezechukwu is an engineer involved in estate development across the south east states of Nigeria.

But in the coming Anambra state governorship election, Ezechukwu is a volunteer working assiduously to see that Osita Chidoka, former Minister for Aviation and United Progressives Party UPP candidate wins the seat.

Ifeanyi Ezechukwu

As a staunch member of the Osita Chidoka campaign organization, Ezechukwu, the Prince of Umuchu   rose from a very well attended meeting with UPP stakeholders midweek to speak about the candidacy of Chief Chidoka saying that   voting for him will be in the best interest of Anambra people.

“  I have never been a politician but the sincerity and vibrancy of Osita Chidoka took me wholesale. He is the only candidate with great interest for the youths of Anambra state in mind. Others do not care for whatever happens to the youths who are leaders of tomorrow.

“Chidoka believes that whatever positive things happen to the youths, they go a long way to affect the state positively, He has set up a special first of its kind   apprenticeship programme for Anambra youths which will kick start as soon as he wins election.

According to the former banker, “Osita Chidoka is the only candidate without Godfather; his God father is God Almighty who has set out his way for him to go and conquer.

Continuing, he said “Osita Chidoka did not fail Nigerians as Minister for Aviation. Neither did he fail as Corps Marshal of Federal Road Safety Commission and will not fail now. I believe he will employ his winning attitude to take Anambra to a greater height like other high flying states in Nigeria like Lagos.

I believe the results of the November 18th Anambra election will send shock waves across the land because he has support and will win the race. You could see the attendance at this meeting to understand how much Chidoka means to many. Chidoka will be a genuine solution to the resolution of the Biafra agitation as a true representative of the people.

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