Imo Election: Hold Me Accountable, Tony Ejiogu Tells Ngor-Okpala Peopl
The governorship candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in the November 11th election in Imo State, Sir Tony Ejiogu, has assured the people of Ngor-Okpala of quality health care system and government presence in the area.
The APGA candidate, while declaring his intentions to the crowd of supporters who welcomed him, decried the deplorable state of roads as well as government infrastructure especially the comatose primary health centres in the area. He gave the assurance that he would correct this abnormality if elected, as even development will touch every sphere of the state.
“I did my secondary school education in Ngor-Okpala, but not much has changed since then. Hold me accountable to my words and hold me responsible to develop Ngor-Okpala. I assure you of a world class medical centre and improved government presence,” he promised.
Sir Tony Ejiogu further stated that he would encourage farmers in the area and young entrepreneurs with the necessarily tools and amenities to boost production and encourage growth and rapid development of Ngor-Okpalla whose people are known for their industrious nature.
“I am promising you all that we will accord Ngor-Okpala its rightful place. We will empower farmers as well create the enabling environment for your businesses to thrive,” he said.
Earlier, the Imo guber candidate visited the palace of Eze Emma Eke of Umukabia Ngor-Okpalla LGA in Imo State, where he and his campaign team were prayed for and blessed in their quest to win the November 11 governorship election and reposition the state for enviable development.