I’ll fix Imo State – Senator Bright Nwanne

One of the front runners to the office of the governor under the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Senator Bright Oguamanam Nwanne, has posited that if his party gives him the ticket, he will win the general election come February, next year.
He made the assertion while interacting with news men in the state capital recently.
“It is on record, that am the only aspirant in the state who has cris- crossed all the 305 electoral wards in the state in other to have on the spot evaluation of the developmental challenges of the people and where they have comparative advantages too, after the tour, I convinced my self that I have what it takes to re-fix the state: “It takes political will and sincerity of purpose”, he pointed out.
Bright Nwanne who was a senator under the defunct N.R.C, representing Owerri Zone in the 3rd republic, also said that he is bringing into the race, long years of public and organised private sector experience. He participated in the constitution drafting committee which prepared the constitution that ushered in the 3rd republic, Member of the Senate Standing Committee, Member, Governing Council, Federal University Birin Kebbi, Board Member, Mass Literacy Commission among others.
The APGA chieftain said that his approach to governance will be to provide direction, determine needs and evaluate performance. Ndi Imo, he advised “Politics is the very brain box of our state, therefore must be treated with importance and seriousness it deserves, we must stop shenanigans and political jobbers from determing our collective fate and put our best eleven forward”.
Senator Nwanne said that as a person coming from the private sector, he believes that more jobs will be created by the sector if government creates the enabling environment. His manifesto “Imo Development Agenda which is anchored on Education, Health, Agriculture, Job creation and Diaspora matters will be implemented to the letters, he opined.
He also pointed out that his vision will only come to fruition if the civil service which is the engine room of government is retrained and motivated. Senator Nwanne promised to run an inclusive administration, obey rule of law and provide wide spread access to information ateout the process, opportunities and development in government and will be accountable to Imo people for every action or omission in government.

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