Valentine Ozigbo, the leading Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship aspirant in Anambra State, has given a vote of confidence to the Chairman of the PDP in Anambra State, Chief Ndubuisi Nwobu.
Ozigbo made the remarks on Saturday, 14 November 2020, at a grand reception held in honour of Chief Nwobu by the PDP in Anambra Central Senatorial District.
Speaking at the event held at Finotel Hotels, Awka, the Anambra State capital, Mr. Ozigbo hailed Nwobu’s leadership qualities, which according to him as seen the party emerge as a strong, united, and purposeful family.
The immediate past President and Group CEO of Transcorp Plc further expressed confidence that the PDP will emerge victorious as the upcoming Anambra gubernatorial polls, attributing it to the strength of the party under the leadership of Chief Nwobu.
“Ndubuisi Nwobu is someone we have confidence in his ability to deliver the victory that we are seeking for. We are also confident that he will leave a legacy – a legacy that will enthrone me as the next governor of Anambra State,” Mr. Ozigbo remarked.
On the preparedness of the PDP to clinch victory at the polls, Ozigbo said the election was theirs to lose as the party was more united, democratic and focused more than ever, more so as the delegates for the primary have already been known beforehand.
Mr. Ozigbo was accompanied to the occasion by several top members of his campaign organization including a former Speaker of the Anambra House of Assembly and a two-time member of the Federal House of Representatives, Honourable Eucharia Azodo; a former member of the Anambra State House of Assembly, Honourable Tim Egboka; leading Anambra PDP chieftain, Chief Tony Offiah, and tens of supporters.
Other dignitaries present at the event include a former Minister of Women Affairs, Iyom Josephine Anenih; the member representing Nnewi North/Nnewi South/Ekwusigo Federal Constituency at the Federal House of Representatives, Honourable Chris Azubogu; a former Anambra State cabinet member, Ifedi Okwenna; Engineer Obiora Okonkwo; Chief Ugochukwu Okeke, among others.