Governor Obiano Mobilizes Traders Ahead Of Elections

 ObianoAs the 2015 general election campaigns begin to wind up, Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano, has visited various markets in the Onitsha metropolis to mobilize support for APGA Candidates, ahead of March 28 polls.

Obiano visited traders at Ose Okwodu, Main market and Marine market, where over 1 million traders lauded him for his speedy transformation of Anambra State within one year.

Obiano assured the people that his commitment towards raising the status of the state to an enviable height was total, and urged them to vote all candidates of the All progressives Grand Alliance, APGA and be sure of continued and sustainable development.

The Governor, while addressing the traders, said that Anambra state would fare better if they come out massively to support his administration by voting in APGA candidates, as Anambra is an APGA state.

Willie Obiano also reminded them that they would all vote for President Goodluck Jonathan under the umbrella logo.

It was indeed a sight to behold as thousands of APGA traders shouted their support for the party and for the candidates.

The Governor also expressed confidence that victory was sure for APGA, considering his efforts in transforming the state in the areas of Security, Agriculture, Trade, Commerce and Industrialization.

Governor Obiano, in excitement said all APGA candidates can go to sleep as victory is more certain now than ever.

Obiano Takes Campaign To Onitsha Markets

The All Progressives Grand Alliance governorship candidate, Willie Obiano advanced his campaign by visiting 5 major markets in Onitsha, Anambra state, beginning with the Ajasa market.

Obiano, who was accompanied by his running mate, Nkem Okeke, the National Chairman of the party, Victor Umeh and the state governor, Peter Obi, reminded the people that the forthcoming election is critical as it will determine as well as redefine the political base of the Igbos.

His visit to his childhood home at Ajasa community was greeted by traders to whom he pledged total commitment and promised to deliver the dividends of democracy if voted into power.

At the Ose Okwodu market, traders received the campaign train with a rousing welcome after-which Umeh, and the state governor, Mr. Peter Obi, charged up the arena with speeches urging the people to identify with APGA and be assured of continued development.

Obiano and his entourage moved to Bright Street where the leadership of the market endorsed him on the basis that Governor Obi supported street trading in the Main Market and ensured it was not scraped.

A crowd also gathered at the White House, the administrative block of the Onitsha Main Market, to catch a glimpse of the APGA campaign train.

At the Marine market, the traders were promised a security patrol vehicle which will be delivered to them immediately.

The APGA candidate danced his way into Bida/Okwey Street where a five-kilometer road which cost one billion Niara (about 6.3 million dollars) was flagged off.

The Timber market as well as the Bridge market were also visited. Traders received the campaign train with joy and promises of better days ahead were made to them.

Onitsha South stadium was the terminal point of the day’s campaign and the governorship candidate made promises of free education, free adult medical treatment and free prenatal treatment.

“I will establish an enabling environment for business to thrive if you support and vote for me,” Obiano promised.