APGA guber candidate Frank Nweke promises to transform Enugu
Frank Nweke Jr., the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) governorship candidate for the 2023 general election, said his government would restore Enugu State to its identity with integrity.
On Sunday, Mr Nweke gave the assurance when he had a conversation with a cross-section of citizens at the Enugu Sports Club, GRA Enugu.
“I will work with seven basic key thrusts to reignite Enugu state,” Mr Nweke said if elected.
According to him, the key thrusts are leadership, governance, security, human capital development, economic transformation, environmental sustainability and infrastructure, technology and innovation.
Mr Nweke said PDP did not offer anything to the Igbos at the national and state levels and needed to be voted out and usher in a party that could deliver.
“It is time to build a regional bloc with APGA as we all know that no individual business can thrive if the macroeconomics and policies continue to favour only a few,” he stated. “It is sad that the issues we are dealing with are still the basic issues like water scarcity, bad roads and deep poverty.”
He also promised that “my government will ensure that the dignity of the state is restored as Water will flow in Enugu City in 12 months, roads will connect farms to markets, and security will be a top priority.”
Mr Nweke added, “Leadership accountability and transparent leadership will be our watchword to ensure that all members of the government stay true to their promises to better the lives of people in Enugu.”
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