I’m The Only APC Politician In Anambra Yet To Jump Ship, Says Moghalu

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The Managing Director, National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), and governorship aspirant in the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief George Moghalu, on Sunday expressed confidence in his preparedness to clinch victory in the November 6 governorship election in Anambra State.


He said his fair knowledge of party politics and dynamics, being the oldest and only party member who had remained in the party since its creation was an added advantage to his winning the election.


Speaking in Awka during a meeting with elders of the party under the auspices of Elders Forum, Moghalu appealed to his fellow aspirants and party members to eschew politics of bitterness, rancour and campaign of calumny, which, according to him, had the capacity of tearing down the party.


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He said: “We’ve come to terms with reality that we need power and there’s no way we can address our challenges without power. Every negative thing you say about your colleague today will be used against the party at the appropriate time.


”I appeal to all of us that there’s nothing to quarrel about. It’s God that gives power. Fortunes can be delayed, but destiny can’t be changed.”


Describing the election as critical in view of the financial state of the state, the governorship aspirant insisted that it would only take one with the requisite qualifications to change the narrative.


He added: “Who replaces Obiano is critical because Anambra is the highest indebted state in the country. It requires someone who understands the dynamics. If we must win the election, we must go to this election with our best first 11.


”People have lost confidence in the governance of the state. So, our primary assignment is to restore that confidence. Don’t make your choice based on sentiments, but on verifiable and defendable facts with truth and fear of God.”


The Chairman, APC Elders Forum, Mr. Innocent Obi, assured the aspirant of the group’s readiness to assist him penetrate the grassroots.


”We’re looking for victory because we’ve suffered for long in the opposition. We’re here to water the ground for you and to change people’s perception about you. So your job will be 30 per cent done,” he said.

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