Peter Obi Is A 'roadside Politician Without Vision' - Ngige



Labour minister Chris Ngige says it is unacceptable for the former governor of Anambra state Peter Obi to impose Oseloka Obaze as candidate in the state polls this novermber.

He described the former governor and his candidate as 'roadside politicians' who came into politics with no vision for the development of the state, and left without uplifting the lives of the people.

Ngige spoke in Awka at the weekend during the party stakeholders' meeting in preparation for her flag off campaign of the 21 local government areas of the state.

The APC chieftain and chairman of Tony Nwoye campaign Organisation in the Anambra governorship election, also described the 16 years rule of the People Democratic Party (PDP) under former president, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan as a waste.

Ngige who was reacting to Peter Obi's claim that he had fulfilled all his campaign pledges to the people during his 8years in power, said the PDP failed to redeem its electoral promises to the people of the Southeast and South- South region, assuring that the APC was ready to deliver the country from the woods.



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