Nneji to Imolites, develop leadership template for aspirants

The would-be governorship candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, Imo State chapter,  Mr. Frank Nneji has advised Imolites to develop template to the Guber aspirants on the nature of socioeconomic and political sphere they would want to have come the next administration in order to know who is prepared to deliver the dividends of democracy to them.
Mr. Nneji let this known during the inauguration of the 27 local government coordinators of the Rebuild Imo Campaign Organization he will be using to actualise his governorship ambition in the State recently at Owerri.
He said that since the past decade of the nascent democracy, Imo State has lost close to 21 industries built by the Late Governor Samuel Onunaka Mbakwe, while the rate of unemployment is geometrically growing to the point of security threats to the entire society.
Mr. Nneji who has being 35 years old industrialist with conglomerate businesses spreading across the country and offshore maintained that he is coming to the State to build an economic pillars which will assist it to be production hub of the nation.
According to Mr. Nneji, my vision and mission will be achieved through two main classes of action which are complimentary; economic pillars and economic enablers.
He explained that economic pillars are sectors which my administration will deliberately support and seek support for, and also by actively canvassing for business and investment, while the economic enablers will be generic areas of development required to create an enabling environment that promises economic growth and social well being.
Earlier, the Director General of the Rebuild Imo, Mr. Akomas Brent urged the local government coordinators to remain committed and ensure they are the ambassador of the campaign organization that will drive home the message of hope to their various localities such that will actualised the dream for Imo State to be delivered.
Among those appointed as local government coordinators are Mr. Tony Iheonu- Orlu, Dr. Frank Okwuoha-Orsu, Hon. Humphrey Ngwonye-Oru East, Hon. Ebere Okeke- Oru West, Hon. Justus Nwauwa-Oguta, Ichie Ifeanyi Dick-Obowo, Simeon Chikwem- Onuimo and host of others to be shortlisted later.

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