The African Action Congress (AAC) has said that the Anambra State governorship election must hold on November 6, 2021 as scheduled.
A statement signed by the National Chairman of AAC, Dr Leonard Nzenwa said that the party will resist some tired, retired and recycled politicians in the state who want to truncate the election.
TheFact Nigeria observed that the AAC also insisted that Anambra State is not for sale, so the November 6 election will be a defining moment for the good people of of the South East state who want to take back their government as power resides in the people.
Dr. Nzenwa said that the the party is ready for the poll and has been mobilizing the good people of Anambra State for a hitch free exercise that will produce a competent, visionary, purposeful governor who will meet the aspirations of the people for good governance and faithfully implement AAC’s people-oriented manifesto.
He said: “AAC victory in the November election will end the elongated godfatherism in Anambra and retire the cabal that has held the state hostage since the emergence of our democracy in 1999.
“The people want a breath of fresh air in progressive governance, a departure from the clumsy leadership fatigue that characterizes the present and past governments in the state.
“It is apparent that the outgoing APGA government is overwhelmed by the burden of leadership.
“We urge the good people of Anambra State to reject political buccaneers parading as democrats with eyes on state treasury to loot.
“AAC is on a rescue mission to make Anambra State great again as the indisputable commercial/industrial hub of Nigeria. It is our promise and social contract with Ndi Anambra.
“Together, we will build a new Anambra State future generations will be proud of. To achieve this, all eligible persons should register and obtain their permanent voter cards, and come out en masse on November 6 to vote and ensure their votes are counted and count in the overall result.”