The Action Democratic Party (ADP) governorship flag bearer in Rivers State, Hon. Victor Fingesi, has unveiled a four-point developmental agenda.
Fingesi, who flagged off electioneering campaign at his home town in Okujagu-Ama community in Okrika Local Government Area of Rivers State, said he would provide alternative to Rivers people.
He said his party had come to provide alternative to Rivers people in view of what he described as the reckless behaviour of “the so-called major political parties that had held the people of the state to ransom.
He said the major parties had embarrassed Rivers people by promoting violence, internal bickering, running the state as their private estate with no vision to transform the lives of the people.
Fingesi said the four-point developmental agenda of the ADP-led government in the state would be focused on empowerment of Rivers’ people, reduction of poverty, provision of standard and qualitative education and food sufficiency through agricultural programmes.
He said God had heard the prayers of Rivers people, adding that the major political parties which do not have the interest of the state at heart are being removed.
The gubernatorial candidate said the APC was entangled in litigation which had foreclosed their participation in the 2019 elections, arguing that a serious legal issue was also erupting in the PDP.
He said the development would make way for the ADP to emerge as the alternative party and clinch the governorship seat.
Earlier, the ADP deputy governorship candidate, Mr Onwusameka Ogbowuokara, said the administration would give consideration to the environment.