Awka — With six days to the presidential election, All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate, Muhammadu Buhari, will storm the Eastern commercial nerve centre, Onitsha, Anambra State, with his campaign train.
Where he’d hold town hall meetings, as portion of his campaign tour ahead of the March 28 presidential election, Buhari, who’s anticipated there on Monday, will also be in Owerri, the Imo State capital, and Enugu.
Mbadinuju, who addressed reporters in Awka ahead of Buhari’s visit, said the APC presidential candidate will participate in a town hall meeting with all the Organised Private Sector (OPS) in Onitsha.
Spoke of his ugly experience with PDP, including his registration with APC and that said he has already informed the PDP executive members in his Umuaku Ward of his decision to remove his membership, in Ihiala local government place.
He explained: “It is distressing, because, as a founding member of PDP, who toiled hard to make sure that it got approval of the majority of our folks, I ‘d quite high hopes for the party.
“But, it’s important to join APC now, because, it’s the correct thing to do, because, it’s proved to be a promising party for the current and future, as everything good about PDP has since vanished. Although there is a distinct lack of international coverage on these important regional elections, you can find reports on global media – try the UK stations like the BBC, this post illustrates a method.
Additionally the Anambra State Chairman Chima Okafor, of the APC Presidential Campaign Council, clarified the town hall meeting is targeted at addressing some crucial policy issues affecting industry and business in the South East and its own tactical value to Nigeria.
Based on Okafor, the occasion was geared towards showcasing the policy push of Buhari in the industrial and business sectors, where Igbo folks feature conspicuously.
He explained: “For the point of training our people in the five South East states to the economic plan of General Muhamadu Buhari, we’ve intended this occasion in the commercial town of Onitsha so that you can make sure that our nominee bares his thoughts on how he means to bring back the production capability as well as the industrial magnificence of the South East area of Nigeria.