Association of Ex-councilors, Political Appointees Endorsed Godwin Maduka for Governor. .

Dr Godwin Maduka antecedents have shown that he is the only candidate in the Anambra Gubar race that has what it takes to transform Anambra into a megacity,  this was disclosed by Past Political Appointees, Associations of Ex-Supervising Councilors who Endorsed him on Saturday, the 17th day of July 2021.

The Association of Ex-councilors of Anambra State jointly with the Association of past Political Appointees in Anambra State converged at Dr Godwin Maduka Foundation office at Awka and unanimously endorsed him for Anambra State Governor.

They declared their 100% support for him on the basis of his antecedents, good works, educational background and his workable plans for a better Anambra State.

While addressing Ndi Anambra present at the occasion, Chairman Sir Godson Nnuriam stated that they have carefully done an analysis of all the aspirants and concluded that Dr Maduka stands tall above his contemporaries in this Governorship race.

They stated that looking at Dr Maduka’s antecedents, the things he has done before venturing into politics, looking at his philanthropic gestures and outreaches, his educational qualifications and also his wonderful blueprint for Anambra, you will see a man ready in all angles to transform Anambra State.

Dr Maduka appreciated the associations for finding him worthy to govern Anambra State. He also acknowledged them for declaring their support for him ahead of the governorship polls.

He assured them that he will never disappoint Ndi Anambra. Dr Maduka stated that it has been his earnest desire to get Anambra back on track again, looking at society today, the masses are suffering, dying helplessly but when we put enough planning in place to better this State, people will get a good life and live longer in good health.

The associations, therefore, prayed God earnestly to make the lofty dreams of Dr Maduka come to fruition in order to better the lives of Ndi Anambra.

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