National Assembly polls: Anambra needs more democratic dividends –Ekwunife

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A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Anambra Central Sena­torial aspirant, Uche Ekwunife, has again reminded the people of the state of the need to vote in a reliable candidate in the forth­coming March 28, Presidential and Senatorial elections.

She gave this advice, while ad­dressing her teeming support­ers, at the popular Eke Awka market, Awka, the state capital.

She said it was high time peo­ple knew the difference between a good representative and a bad representative, stressing that Anambra does not need politi­cians, who will get to the legisla­tive house and close their doors against the electorate, rather they need people, who will bring the dividend of democracy to their door steps.

“I’m here, today, to remind the good people of this great state of a need for us to vote wisely in this election. We must take a wise decision that would ben­efit our future, by ensuring that we vote people who can deliver the dividend of democracy to our people. Anambra State can­not afford to be left behind in the Transformation Agenda of President Goodluck Ebele Jona­than. Anambra State needs more gains of democracy, because the state government alone cannot do it”, she said.

She said there is a need to vote candidates of the PDP at the presidential, Senate and House of Representatives elections adding: “The PDP has done well in all sectors of Nigerian poli­tics. Our people must not be de­ceived by politicians, who think only of themselves, rather we should think of the masses, our mothers and fathers, who for one reason or the other, are not able to take care of their daily needs. I’m going to the Senate, because of the less privilege in our various communities,” .

She urged the voters to judge her with her past track records and antecedents, adding that she is happy with the various life changing projects she had executed in Anambra Central Senatorial district, while serv­ing as a House of Representa­tive member.

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