The Youths of Oko Kingdom in Orumba North Local Government Area, have reiterated their unalloyed support for their son, Dr. Chidozie Nwankwo and his new party, the African Action Congress (AAC). The youths made this declaration on Tuesday as they played host to Dr. Chidozie Nwankwo who is also the CEO of Wichtech Group.
In his speech on behalf of Oko Youths, Mr. Frank Chukwudum Ezeilo (Ideyi), said apart from the fact that Dr. Chidozie Nwankwo is their illustrious son, they are supporting him massively because the APGA government in Anambra State has totally neglected Oko.
According to him potholes have taken over Oko roads with many gully erosion sites opening up in many villages. He added that this election is a golden opportunity for government to finally come to Oko like it did to Aguleri with the coming of Governor Willie Obiano.
He therefore declared that on November 6, 2021 Oko Youths will vote massively for Dr. Chido and protect their votes for him thereafter.
Chief Emmanuel Muogbo (Ntagu), in his speech reminded the youths that nobody will develop Oko more than our own. “Nkea bu nke anyi” and urged them to work assiduously for emergence of an Oko son as the next Governor of Anambra State.
Dr. Chidozie Nwankwo while speaking to his young kinsmen expressed pride and gratitude for their unshakable support even when dark forces hijacked his expected victory in his former party. He revealed to them that he has never undertaken a venture that God has abandoned him halfway.
Dr. Nwankwo disclosed to the youths that he is in this governorship race to bring back integrity to governance and charged them to stand firmly against those hoping on godfatherism to steal election.
He promised to use his decades of experience in business to turn around this state having turned the N10,000 he started with as a young man into the multi-billion Naira conglomerate called Wichtech.
Dr. Chido appealed to the Oko youths present to take his rescue message to their families, friends and neighbors so that the people would teach election riggers a bitter lesson on November 6, thereby allowing vote of the masses to count.
Photo: Dr. Chidozie Nwankwo, AAC Governorship candidate addressing Oko youths during the meeting which held in Oko earlier today.
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