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Published On: Mon, Oct 16th, 2017

Anambra guber: Chidoka unveils plans to reposition state

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By Umar Muhammad Puma

Candidate of the United Progressive Party (UPP), Osita Chidoka’s has outlined plans and programmes to reposition the state, just as his campaign continues to dig deeper into the nooks and crannies of Anambra, consolidating on grassroots hold ahead of November election.
In a statement issued yesterday by the VViola Okolie, Director Media, Chidoka Campaign organization said they have planned government contact centers which will guarantees immediate 1,710 graduate jobs as well as the Simultaneous Rapid Development Scheme (SRDS) for continuous accelerated development of communities which also guarantees over 3,420 graduate and non-graduate jobs.
Others includes; special apprenticeship support scheme, which will ensure that all registered apprentices in various fields are supported during training and ultimately granted direct government funding to set up their businesses once they complete their apprenticeships, thereby directly empowering thousands of Anambra youths.
“This is in addition to his outlined plans for provision of strategic infrastructure and required security to stimulate a 24-hour economy, which will not only boost productivity but also double existing jobs and businesses around industries.
On the party plan, voters expressed happiness that Chidoka is running on the ticket of the pan-Igbo UPP, which they maintain is one political platform through which they can achieve their aspirations as a people.
In most of the areas, especially Ayamelum, Dunukofia, Orumba, Aguata, Ekwusigo, Nnewi, Onitsha, Ihiala and Awka axis, among others, excited youths had already formed self-driving mobilization cells; joining our teeming volunteers in our person-to-person campaign to reach all registered voters in the state.
The Osita Chidoka Campaign Organization appreciates the support and solidarity received from all wards so far visited, as it continues to dig deeper into the stated .

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