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MAJA party vows to take over Douglas House

The Mass Action Joint Alliance, a.k.a. MAJA Party (MP) has vowed to take over Douglas House, the official residence of the governor of Imo State, in 2019.
The national chairman of the party, Hon. Chief Mrs. Chika Ibeneme, stated this while answering questions from journalists at the party secretariat in Owerri.
She said that the party is set to wrestle power from the ruling APC in the forthcoming 2019 general elections in Imo State and the nation at large.
Hon. Mrs. Ibeneme who was in Owerri for the official commissioning of the party secretariat used the opportunity to advise party faithful to ensure that they get their permanent voters card (PVC) in order to participate in the election.
She also called on Imo people  to vote for credible candidates and vote for MAJA party.
Earlier at the ceremony, the Legal Adviser of the party, Chief Barr. Aloysius Osuji formally declared his interest to run for the position of Governor of Imo State in the 2019 general elections.
He explained that he has not been into politics in Nigeria because of the way it is played here but pointed out that he has the experience and technical know-how to reform Imo State.
Barr. Osuji who further explained that he was driven by the stat of infrastructure in the state to run vowed to cry more than former governor Sam. Mbakwe to put Imo on the right track.
He promised that there will be free and qualitative education that will enable our youths to compete with their contemporaries worldwide and there will be no clearance fees.
The aspirant promised to revive the decaying health sector and train specialist midwives to minimize infant mortality.
He also promised to establish industrial clusters in the three zones of the state to be built according to the mineral resources in the zone, adding that Imo State will be the Taiwan of Africa in the next four years if he is elected governor.
Barr. Osuji promised to eradicate child labour and bring food to the table of every Imolite in 2019 by ensuring prompt payment of workers’ and pensioners’ salaries and allowance.
The occasion was graced by both national and state executives of the party well as representatives from neighbouring states.

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