Imo Guber 2023: NNPP Odunzeh Unveils Manifesto As Issue Of Security Tops Chat

The Imo state Governorship Candidate of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) Hon. Uche Ben Odunzeh has unveiled his campaign manifesto ahead of the election.

The manifesto unveiling is crested on triple “p” representing, Peace, Production and Productivity.

Toping the chat is “security” as he promises to make imo state the most secure state in Nigeria inorder to make it conducive for economic and social development.

He highlighted challenges on the areas of security to include; lack of conventional equipment for the security agencies and said he will ensure adequate mechanism exist for the sake of ensuring safety of citizens and property.

The sixty pages documents chronicled plans of the governorship hopeful in key sectors like Security, Agriculture, Healthcare, Education and infrastructure.

According to him “we will improve the productivity of farmers in imo state by strengthening production in areas where the state has comparative advantage for commercial agriculture”

On education, he maintained that be will Subsidize education thereby improving access and expanding opportunities. Equally assured of quality and relevance of education provision including adequate training of teachers.

Hon. Odunzeh is a successful business man that has empowered over five thousand persons through his real estate industry and that is what he says he will replicate when elected the governor of imo state.

Click To Read The Manifesto: Pre imo

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