The National coordinator APGA Media Warriors Forum, Evang Chinedu Obigwe, Saturday alleged that All Progressives Congress, APC quest to southeast was to ruin Igbo the same way they annihilated the Nigeria economy.
He said this while reacting to a viral picture of the APC gubernatorial candidate’s supporters, Tony Nwoye, caught drinking to stupor, noting that such act was an evidence of his assertion that Nwoye is on a dark mission, which is “to ruin the future of Anambra youths by using them for thuggery and other uncivilized acts.
Obigwe in a statement issued lampooned Nwoye’s campaign spokesman over a statement credited to him that ‘APC will erase Governor Obiano’s performance in Anambra State’ thus drew the attention of the people of state to such an inconceivable and condemnable comment.
According to him, “APC is conglomerates of destroyers whose aim is to destroy Igbo the way they destroyed Nigeria economy.
He equally stated that as at 2015 Nigeria external debt grew from 10.3billion dollars to 15billion dollar which was a testament of bad government.
Obigwe further opined that the inability of Federal government to fund the 2017 budget was trajectory to her bad economic policies which the Southeast APC leaders should bury their heads in shame.
He said that the people of Anambra State are solidly behind Governor Obiano and will resist the importation of APC obnoxious and impoverished policies through Tony Nwoye to Anambra State.
However, he commended Ogbaru traditional rulers for rejecting the misguided ambition of their Son Oseloka Obaze and also said that such courageous and commendable act is a proof that they want the progress and betterment of Anambra State.
Obigwe also commended a teacher from Central School Abagana for winning best teacher of the year 2017 award in Nigeria.
He said that the award is a proof of excellence in the educational sector under Governor Obiano’s watch. He referred to the award as a masterstroke to masters of falsehood concoction.
Obigwe finally advised the people of Anambra State to vote for Obiano because he is the best among the candidates contesting the November 18th election, noting that a vote for Obiano is a vote for more success to the State and more dividends of good governance delivery.