On Dr. Godwin Maduka Data Collation Centres for the Unemployed in Anambra State

On Dr. Godwin Maduka Data Collation Centres for the Unemployed in Anambra State

Leading aspirant for the Anambra 2021 Governorship sit under the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, Dr. Godwin Maduka, have marked out plans for the unemployed in Anambra State.

He disclosed this in a message to Dr. Godwin Maduka Facilitators in the 21 local Government areas of Anambra State.

Dr. Godwin Maduka who was represented by members of Anambra Strategic Action Group explained that collation of unemployment data from all the wards in Anambra State would enable him to create job opportunities for the unemployed.

He said forms containing essential information such as age and academic qualification etc., would be given out to the wards in the entire State through the Facilitators.

The group leader Hon. Sopuru Okafor in a speech at Ihiala urged the Facilitators to be a beacon of hope for good governance by ensuring the emergence of Dr. Godwin Maduka as Governor.

On Dr. Godwin Maduka Data Collation Centres for the Unemployed in Anambra State
On Dr. Godwin Maduka Data Collation Centres for the Unemployed in Anambra State

In a related development, Nze Ernest Okafor while addressing the Facilitators in Awka South described Dr. Godwin Maduka as “a rare gem and inspiration for the greater transformation of the State”.

Sir Uchenna Ogbonna who led a team to Anambra west said the only way PDP would win the governorship is to support Okosisi Orumba ,who is the only one among the aspirants in PDP with the capacity to dwarf oppositions from other parties.

In Umunze, Dr. Godwin Maduka’s Facilitator for Orumba South, Hon Osita Okoli who was jubilant for the enthusiasm shown by the ward Facilitators gave an assurance that Orumba people would support the candidacy of Dr. Godwin Maduka as a collective bargain.

Other distinguished members of the group include: Dr. Mrs Ijeoma Okechukwu, Sir Ken Ejekam, Dr. Mrs May Okoli, Dr. Mrs Kate Obiorji, Chief Bright Unekwe, Reverend Charles Okereke and Dr. Mrs Kate Obiorji, Chief Sunday Ogboo, Mr.Ndubuisi Obikeze and Chief Ben Okafor.

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