Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Artisans donate to Ngige’s campaign

As the governorship election in Anambra state draws near, all the parties involved are eagerly preparing for the exercise. Usually, campaigning is part of the preparation and the APC governorship candidate, Dr. Chris Ngige is not left out as he recently inaugrated his campaign committee.                                                                                                                                             The campaign will kick off on October 3. It was announced yesterday at the Emmaus House in Awka during the Inauguration of Ngige’s Campaign Committee led by Chief George Moghalu.
The ceremony was attended by APC big wigs, including Imo State Governor Owelle Rochas Okorocha and APC National Publicity Secretary Alhaji Lai Mohammed, who were warmly received by traders, artisans and commercial motorcyclists inside the Awka Capital Territory on their way to the venue.
On request, the dignitaries addressed the supporters at the popular Eke-Awka market.
They were surprised by the show of affection and donations by artisans, the less privileged, widows and the needy in support of Ngige.

Mohammed told the crowd that APC Leader Asiwaju Bola Tinubu had promised to be in Anambra State to campaign for Ngige
He said that on November 16, Ngige would stand taller than any other person after winning the election.
Okorocha, who spoke so eloquently, said he was in Anambra to ensure that the perpetual bondage of the people of the state is broken by the APC during the election.
He said the governorship battle would be between Ngige and the Abuja forces, adding that the people should not allow the forces of darkness to triumph over light.
”Ngige is a true Igbo man who cannot be shaken by anybody. His only fault he has as a person is because he is short,” Okorocha said. This threw the crowd into a frenzy.
”All the noise by any other political party should not scare you; we are going into this governorship battle with red eyes. I will personally relocate to this state for this election”, Okorocha said.
Ngige described what is going on in Imo State as a revolution, adding that it will happen in Anambra State from next March.
He said anybody who wants to contest the councillorship, chairmanship and House of Assembly elections should move to the field for the emancipation of the state.
Ngige, who was moved to tears by the donations from widows and the needy, said “what happened today has never happened all my life in politics and this is a sign of good things for the state”.
hmmmm..... what can i say....the artisans really love him

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