It was a carnival of sort in Mbaise Nation as the Imo NNPP Governorship Candidate, Hon. Uche Ben Odunzeh storms various markets in the 3 LGAs that make up the Mbaise Nation recently.
Addressing the sea of heads both men and women,the young and old who abandoned their wares to have a glimpse of the much talked about Emancipator of the common man stated that he decided to embark on this mission to deliver lmo people from the shackles of poverty , unemployment and backwardness,buyers were not left out in this August carnival.
The Administrator per excellence assured the traders that he will partner with them to drive governance to the grassroots “Gone are the days when rural dewellers are abandoned immediately after one wins election or are relegated to the background with the thought that they have nothing to offer to the state”
The man with the magic wand pointed out the significance of their party’s logo which is a basket full of assorted fruits “this logo will be justified by our leadership as we will provide basket of good governance which would in turn create enabling environment for your businesses to thrive.
The widely travelled entrepreneur charged the people not to be swayed by sugar coated politicians whose sole interest is to get their votes and shut the door afterwards. “I am like an open book l will run an open door policy system of government where equality will be the order of the day.
The massive employer of labour reiterated his committiment to revive the state’s ailing economy and make her the economic hub of the South East ‘ when that happens, markets in lmo will attract influx of customers from in and outside the state.
In their various speeches the leaders of the various markets visited pledged their unalloyed support to the youthful governorship Candidate come November 11th
While pointing out the prevalent security challenges which is affecting their businesses adversely ” we believe NNPP as a party and Hon Odunzeh as the Man who would give us a new lease of life ”
Amongst markets visited were Afor-Ogbe and Afor Enyiogugu markets.