Sen. Athan Achonu, Governorship Candidate of Labour Party for the Imo State gubernatorial election, has pledged his commitment to the common good of all Imo people if given the opportunity come Nov. 11 election.
Achonu made the pledge during a town hall meeting with Imo Town Unions, Trade Associations, Professionals and Ndi Imo residents in Lagos held at Amuwo Industrial Estate.
The theme of the meeting was: “” Let’s Take Back Imo”.
Some dignitaries with the Senator included his deputy governorship candidate, Hon. Tony Nwulu and the Achonu/Nwulu Campaign Organisation’s Director-General, Chime Nzeribe.
Others were Kenneth Ahanobi, Labour Party National Youth Leader; Callistus Ihejiagwa, Imo State Labour Party Chairman; Capt. David Mbamara, Labour Party Chieftain; Hon Lady George Ilechukwu, Women leader and others.
Sen. Athan Achonu, Governorship Candidate of Labour Party for the Imo State gubernatorial election, addressing Imo citizens at a town hall meeting of Imo Town Unions, Trade Associations, Professionals and Ndi Imo residents in Lagos held at Amuwo Industrial Estate.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that come Nov. 11, 2023, Imo citizens will have the opportunity to elect a new governor to steer the affairs of the state for another constitutional term of four years beginning Jan. 15, 2024.
Achonu stated the he would be dedicated to the development of the state by creating sustainable pathways.
He added that his administration would leverage the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to bring all round development to the state and its citizens.
“I will create an enabling environment for the return of normalcy to the security situation in the state, thus paving the way for increased investment in Igbo land.
“My administration will secure the state so that citizens would be free to live and conduct their private businesses without let or hindrance in the pursuit of their individual or collective prosperity,” he said.