Ahead of the March 18 rescheduled governorship election, the Accord Party governorship candidate, Bishop Dr Emeka Nwankpa, has rounded off his campaign in grand style.
The campaign trail of the frontline governorship candidate berted in Aba, the Enyimba City, in a colourful style where it went round the city amid cheers from thousands of the residents of the city who trouped out to catch a glimpse of the cleric whom many described as ‘the best man for the job who possesses the character compassion, courage, competence and capacity.
Addressing the crowd at Aba city centre, Bishop Emeka Nwankpa, who promised to give the city its befitting ststus as the
‘Japan of Africa’, assured the people of Abia State that he would govern with the fear of God, empathy, clear sense of direction and courage.
A member of one of the major opposition party who preferred not to be named, expressed shock at what he described as ‘Emeka Nwankpa’s intimidating crowd which is capable of turning the table on Saturday’.
While expressing his confidence of winning the March 18 rescheduled governorship election, Bishop Emeka has urged his teeming supporters across the state to come out en masse and vote for Accord Party which he says is the number one party on the ballot paper.