Anambra Governor, Willie Obiano, said the development efforts of All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, in the state would give it victory at the November18 governorship poll.
Obiano stated this while addressing journalists after submitting his nomination form for the election at APGA’s National Secretariat in Abuja.
He said that a second term would help him to consolidate on his efforts in developing the state and institutionalise them.
“I am happy to be here to submit my completed party nomination form. I am very ready for the fight purely because APGA has done very well in Anambra and the record speaks for itself.
“We have been paying all workers’ salaries, pensions and gratuity. We have also been working on infrastructure in the state and when compared with three years ago, you will see major difference.
“We have done well over 320 kilometres of road. More importantly, the last government that ruled the state for eight years was APGA, so, it a continuous thing.’’
Obiano said that he had completed 80 per cent of the road projects awarded by the last administration, without abandoning any.
He said that the Onitsha Hotel and the mall in Awka were great legacies of his administration, adding that the Golden Tulip project would be open for business before Christmas.
The governor said that over 37 communities have been connected to the national grid, with street lights in most places.
He said that 181 communities in the state have also benefited from government projects.
“So, you will see the imprint of APGA in every community because we have carried out projects in every community. So, we will go for second term, we will win and win very decisively.