Anambra election: Labour Party flags off campaign

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The Labour Party has flag-off its campaign in Anambra State ahead of the November 6 governorship election in the state.

National chairman of the party, Julius Abure while speaking at the flag-off has told voters to vote Engr Obiora Agbasimalo, LP’s candidate in the state to fast track the development of the state.

Abure while campaigning for Agbasimalo in Nnewi said victory for the Labour Party in the election will usher in “the rebirth, re-growth, development, prosperity, progress, peace, security, provision of healthcare and development” in Anambra State.

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He said: “Is it not a good thing that the liberation of Anambra State is coming from your son?  But, we all have a role to play. We must rise to the occasion with our PVC that day. This talk will be useless if on November 6, you use our PVC to vote for those who have been responsible for the failure of the state.”

The chairman educated voters on the party logo and how voters are to cast their vote that day.

“It is only with our PVC that we can do it, and I want to appeal to all of you that on that day, we must go to our various centres to vote for our son, Obiora Agbasimalo, under the platform of the Labour Party; the party that has the logo of Papa, Mama, Pikin. Fortunately for the people of Nnewi, the change is going to come through your own son,” he said.