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Onu, Ngige, Onyeama, Others ‘ll Bring Devt To Igboland –Anyim

The All Progres­sives Congress (APC) gubernato­rial candidate in the April 2015 election in Abia State, Mr. Nyer­ere Chinenye Anyim has thrown his weight behind some ministerial nomi­nees from the South-east geopolitical zone, de­scribing their emergence as a step in the right di­rection.

Mr. Anyim who spoke to journalists in Abuja yester­day, maintained that some of the nominees like Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu, Dr. Chris Ngige and others from the region had the right cre­dentials to bring develop­ment to Nigeria and Igbo land.
He said: “What the president has done is the best. We are talking about the likes of Senator Chris Ngige and Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu. You also talk about the nominee from Abia State. These are credible people and I believe they will bring development to Nigeria and to Igbo land. The essence of politics is to deliver the dividends of democracy to the people and what these people are bringing to the table.

“We must differentiate between those who are coming to play politics and those who will work. We are looking at people who are ready to make sacri­fices. We are not looking at people who will come and play politics with the wel­fare of the people.
“Look at the anteced­ents of the people that have been nominated. They have track records. When people talk about the age of the ministerial nomi­nees, I always tell them it is beyond that.

Inasmuch as we wish that some younger people will be given the opportu­nity to serve this country, we should know some­thing. There are other ca­pacities where they can serve. We need these old men.”
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  1. omotola Ladoja

    Good one.. Please carry on.. And After Igbo land let it spread to other parts of the country.

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