Anambra Assembly Speaker Maduagwu By Sunny A. David, Nnewi
The Speaker of Anambra State House of Assembly, Barrister Rita Maduagwu has called on the citizenry to reciprocate the good governance of Governor Willie Obiano by voting en- masse for APGA candidates in next Saturday’s House of Assembly elections in the state.
Speaking at Ukpor in Nnewi South Council Area while addressing the electorate in Nnewi South Two Constituency, Barrister Maduagwu maintained that the Obiano administration has greatly transformed all the communities in the state through his wonderful community development initiatives.
Barrister Maduagwu who is the APGA House of Assembly candidate for Nnewi South two constituency, noted that she has achieved a lot in areas of construction of water boreholes, classroom blocks, hospitals, markets as well as giving scholarships and employments to her constituents.
She expressed gratitude to Ndi Nnewi South Two Constituency for their resolve to give her massive support in next Saturday’s House of Assembly election and promised to continue to offer them effective representation.
The Speaker enjoined them to remain law abiding and shun acts capable of truncating the election in the area.
Meanwhile, Anambra State electorate have been urged to vote massively for Candidates of All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, in coming State Assembly election.
Speaking on the coming election, the member representing Njikoka Two Constituency at the state House of Assembly and Chairman House Committee on Trade and Commerce, Honourable Pete Ibida, said APGA remains the best political party in the contest.
Honourable Ibida who is seeking re-election noted that APGA has credible Candidates who would give the people quality representation.
He thanked the people of his Constituency for their support and encouragement and reassured them that he would continue to attract more democracy dividends to the area.
Honouable Ibida urged the people of the State to sustain their support and prayer for Governor Obiano’s administration to complete its vision for the state.