[By Theo Rays]
The members of the People’s Redemption Party (PRP) in Anambra State have vowed to end the reign of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) in the November governorship polls.
The Chaiman of PRP in the State Chief Mattias Aninwachukwu, who made the vow during a courtesy visit to some members of Agbalanze titled men in Onitsha, said that the way to do it is to field a popular candidate.
According to him, the PRP, the oldest in Nigeria, is ready to take APGA to the cleaners with its governorship aspirant, Chief Nnamdi Nwawuo.
The PRP boss said that APGA has failed to deliver dividends of democracy, especially in the areas of rural development with amenities like roads, water and electricity, has also failed to elevate Onitsha with tangible projects.
He bemoaned the failure of the APGA government on job creation for the youths, adding that PRP will nominate a youthful candidate from the rural area to trounce APGA at the polls.
The party chieftain added that, “PRP will take advantage of the collosal failure of APGA to win the guber race to the Government House in November.
“The All Progressive Congress (APC) and People’s Democratic Party (PDP) cannot stop APGA as they are not acceptable to the people because they are under old and failed leaders, so we are here to rally support and we are sure that with the support of the people we are going to win the election.”
Nwawuo restated his ambition to return Onitsha to its old glory with tangible development projects including construction of overhead bridge where neccesary to end traffic gridlock in the city if elected as governor.