Anambra 2021: Uba Pledges To Re-define Anambra Economy, Revive State Infrastructure

In a last minute move ahead of the Anambra election, Senator Andy Uba, the Governorship candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC) has said that he is poised to re-redefine the state’s economy and push for infrastructural development.

Uba who joined other candidates in the state to sign a peace accord ahead of the Saturday polls said his decision to contest for the election was a move to take the state to the next level.

Recall that the APC flag bearer had during the debate organised by Arise TV between the All Progressive Grand Alliance candidate, Chukwuma Soludo and the Peoples Democratic Party candidate, Valentine Ozigbo, said he is prepared to make sure that the state is secure for investors.

In a fresh statement, Uba expressed his confidence on the people’s support and wide spread acceptability.

He said he is confident in “his ability to birth a new governance culture in which the people of the state becomes the fulcrum of the policies and programme of the government.”

Uba noted that previous government under Peter Obi and the outgoing government headed by Willie Obiano were commendable, but that there is still more to be done to put the people and the state on the driver’s seat among comity of states.

He promised that his administration is bent on building a strong economic policy that will make the state an investor haven.

Uba belives that when elected, he would make the Anambra economy scientifically driven for people to enjoy a robust and rapid growth across sectors.

“The state would be turned into massive construction site as it would witness massive road construction, industrial growth of the value chain of businesses, housing, and enduring institutional growth and development,” he added.

The APC candidate said public utilities would be functional and stable, while empowerment programme would be rolled out by government to ensure a sense of belonging to both youths and women groups.

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