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2023 Elections: Elect Sincere Leaders, Nigerians Advised

Ahead of the 2023 elections, the electorate has been advised to vote in people who are sincere and can actualize their electoral promises.

The Chairman of the Anambra State Investment and Promotion Council, ANSIPA, Prince Ike Chioke gave the advice in Lagos during a chat with newsmen on the legacies of the Governor of the State, Willie Obiano.

“Leaders who are coming out for elections, particularly this 2023, must be people who are sincere and who have the interests of Nigerians at heart, they can’t just come and be making rubbish promises, they must come with the intention making promises they can keep, we need to vote in people who are sincere, so that youths will benefit” he said

Prince Chioke who authored a book, entitled “Akpokuedike” summarizing Willie Obiano’s personal and family life and his key accomplishments as Governor of Anambra State, described Obiano as a man of action who carry out deep researches on the beneficial impact of public projects before embarking on them.

“He is actually the kind of person that will say, I’m going to do this and you can be rest assured that he will actually do it”

Prince Chioke, an investment banker pointed out that Obiano increased the finances of Anambra State, turned the State to an investment destination in the east and also constructed life-long projects like the Anambra International Airport, stated that his legacies would stand the test of time, and also assured that the Governor-elect, Prof Charles Soludo will strengthen “Vision 2070” a fifty-year development plan, envisioned by Obiano to ensure sustainable growth of Anambra.

He advised those in Leadership position to also focus on institutional developments and adopt transformational style of leadership rather than drawing all their attentions on infrastructural development.


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