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Esiso Says Peter Obi Has No Legacy Project As Anambra Governor

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Esiso Says Peter Obi Has No Legacy Project As Anambra Governor

By Moses Darah

The Delta State Chairman of the Peoples’ Democratic Party, PDP, Olorogun Barr Kingsley Esiso, has described as monumental waste the eight years of the Labour Party, LP’s Presidential Candidate, Mr Peter Obi as Governor of Anambra State with no single legacy project to his credit.

The Delta State PDP Boss made the revelation at the opening ceremony of the 4th edition of the Delta State Communication Workshop, DELCOM, in Asaba, organised by the Office of the Executive Assistant to Delta State Governor on Communications, Dr Barr Fred Latimore Oghenesivbe.

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Esiso who challenged Obi’s supporters to mention one legacy project by the Former Governor of Anambra State, praised the Delta State Governor and PDP’s Vice Presidential Candidate, Sen Dr Arthur Ifeanyi Okowa for performing excellently well in the past seven years. He mentioned some of Okowa’s legacy projects to include the multi-billion naira Prof. Chike Edozien Secretariat Complex for civil servants; the 8.5 Megawatts Asaba Independent Power Plant, IPP; construction of Ogheye Ultra Modern Concrete Floating Market; Asaba Film Vil­lage; the development of an Agro-Industrial Park in Aboh- Ogwashi-Uku; the Kwale Industrial Park and establishment of multiple technical schools plus the three new universities in Agbor, Asaba and Ozoro.

Esiso urged Nigerians to ignore the empty propaganda by the Obi movement with no clear vision for Nigeria and support the PDP’s Presidential/Vice Presidential Candidates of Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and Sen Dr Arthur Ifeanyi Okowa, who are competent, experienced, educated and ready to return Nigeria to the path of economic recovery, growth, guaranteed security and sustainable development.

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