2021: Anambra South Should Be Allowed To Produce The Next Governor – Dr Godwin Maduka

2021: Anambra South Should Be Allowed To Produce The Next Governor - Dr Godwin Maduka

Dr. Godwin Maduka featured on Arise TV Abuja over the weekend where he joined the conversation on the current issues as it affects our society.

The Highlights:

Dr. Maduka emphasized on the need to maintain the zoning system in Anambra gubernatorial race in the interest of peace, equity and fairness. He stated that the Anambra South Senatorial Zone should be allowed to produce the next Governor of Anambra State as the only way to maintain the peaceful coexistence and fair balance in the political equation of the State. He noted that he is contesting on the basis of competency and capacity as well as zoning arrangement.
In the same regard, he also stated that it is very important too that the SouthEast Nigeria should also be allowed to produce the next President of Nigeria as we approach 2023 in the interest of peace, equity and fairness.

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Dr. Maduka assured Ndi Anambra that his quest to be the next Governor of Anambra State is in the best interest of our people. He also stated that the contents of his 10 point Agenda are all in the best interest of Ndi Anambra.

Dr. Maduka equally gave insight into the humanitarian projects that he executed in Anambra through “Dr. Godwin Maduka Foundation”, amongst many of them is the 17 storey Medical Research Institute which he erected from scratch and when fully equipped, will become the largest Medical Research Institute in West Africa. He therefore called on the Federal Government to support his good gesture as it is in the best interest of Nigerians and will discourage medical tourism abroad.

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Onwurah Chinonso Anthony (Equity Lawyer).
Media Aide to Dr. Godwin Maduka.

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