The gubernatorial candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Abia state, High Chief Ikechi Emenike, has taken his message of rescuing and developing Abia State to Abia North, as he storms Ohafia and Isuikwato with his campaign team.

The Abia governorship hopeful was highly welcomed by the residents of both local government, as his message brings hope to them, and they believe Abia will indeed be better again if Chief Emenike is elected as the next governor of the state come March 11, 2023.

At Ohafia, Chief Emenike was offered series of prayers by clergy men, indicating that his aspiration is divine and ordained by God.

High Chief Ikechi Emenike being prayed for by clergy men in Ohafia, Abia State

While speaking to a mammoth crowd in Isuikwato, the APC governorship candidate reassures the residence that his government will leave no stone unturned as regarding development in the state. He assured the youths that his government will provide institutions and industries that will curb the menace of unemployment that youths of Abia state are currently facing.

High Chief Ikechi Emenike speaking to electorates in Isuikwato during his campaign at their local government area.

In his words “ No youths will consciously choose to ride okada because of unemployment, except he or she chooses to do so”.

“Unemployment amongst youths will be a thing of the past under my government, because we will provide jobs for youths of Abia state. We will enroll young females in school of nursing, so that upon graduation as a qualified nurse, they can easily get jobs in health centers”

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On the issue of roads, Chief Emenike stated that roads we see now in Abia was constructed by Mbakwe, and still the government that has been in charge has refused to maintain them. He promised that there will be no untarred or dilapidated roads in Abia if he is elected governor of the state.

He urged electorates in Abia to vote for him cooke March 11, 2023 as they walk to their various polling units. He emphasized that his mission to rescue and develop Abia stands, and the state as a whole will benefit from his government if elected.