The governorship candidate of the New Nigeria People’s Party in Imo State, Uche Ben Odunzeh, has vowed to unseat the incumbent governor of the state, Hope Uzodinma, in the coming July 11 governorship election, in the state.
Odunzeh who made this known through a statement issued by his media officer, Mr Joshua Elekwachi on Saturday, challenged Uzodinma and other contestants at the election to come forward for an issue-based debate.
He however declare the willingness to unveil his manifestos and campaign office in Owerri, the state capital, in a few weeks.
The statement reads in part: “The unveiling of the manifesto is to showcase our readiness to tackle the challenges confronting the state and to give insight on our understanding of the challenges and how prepared to hit the ground running when we take over governance of the state.
“Our manifesto is centric and people driven. We will officially unveil it to the public, to provide all and sundry a working tool to access our performance, when we finally emerge, because we are resolute in our resolve to unseat the incumbent government in Imo State” he said.
“Our government will return Imo to a path of progressive development anchored on love for humanity and socialism.”
“The untapped resources in the areas of agriculture, health care, education, science and technology will be tapped for the development of the state as our administration plans to increase access to social welfare and mobility,” he stressed.