SEN. UZODINMA INVOKES MBAKWE’S SPIRIT AS HE TAKES CAMPAIGN TO OBOWO- PLEDGES TO REBUILD IMO PRODUCTIVE SECTOR.

Sen. Hope Uzodinma.

Yesterday, Senator Hope Uzodinma, invoked the spirit of late Sam Onunaka Mbakwe, the former celebrated Governor of Imo State, with two minutes silence, promising to end misrule and act of impunity in honour of the late former governor of old Imo State.

           
The Standard Bearer of All Progressives Congress spoke glowingly of the late Mbakwe when he took campaigns to Obowo local government of Imo State.

While Uzodinma has continued his campaign with strategies of pledging to attack the core area of importance for their development, he promised to enthrone good governance and ensure that due process is adhered to in government business.

Calling on the good people of Obowo to vote President Mohammadu Buhari, himself for Governor and other APC candidates, the Omumu born maverick politician regretted the failure and false promises made by bad politicians with a view to winning the people’s votes, thereby asking the people of Obowo to hold him by his promises.

Senator Uzodinma promised to revamp Avutu Poultry, one of the abandoned signature projects of late Mbakwe. He condemned how such a gigantic historic investment should be allowed to continue to deteriorate.

He said that the facilities in Avutu Poultry can generate lots of jobs and also serves as a training center for the budding farmers, promising to do everything humanly possible to ensure that it works.

It will be recalled that Avutu poultry was one of the productive structures Okorocha had promised to revive but has rather remained doldrums after  a very wide publicity, which attracted goodwill prior 2015 elections. 

The sad part of the campaign was when miscreants alleged to have been sponsored by Deacon Chike Okafor stormed the venue, causing distractions and chanting discourteous songs. 

The Senator representing Okigwe zone, Senator Benjamin Uwajumogu also used the opportunity to assure the people of Obowo of quality governance and representation.