Anambra 2014: Activist wants support for Ubah

A Human right activist and social commentator, Chris Obichukwu Okoye, has urged people of Anambra State, to embrace and vote Capital Oil boss, Dr. Ifeanyi Ubah, as the next governor of the state.
Okoye made the call in a statement on Tuesday.
According to him, Ubah has the wherewiththal to curtail the kidnapping in the state if he is elected, due to his deep knowledge of crime control, admiration from youths and economic power to motivate the youths in the state through his skill acquisition and empowerment programme.
Okoye added that 80 per cent of the crime recorded daily in the state, was attributed to hunger generated as a result of high unemployment rate among youths in the country.
Okoye said: “I tenaciously believe that Dr. Ifeanyi Ubah if elected as the next governor of Anambra State in November, 2013 would be the first governor to eradicate crime in his domain; this is because he is not just an astute administrator but also a highly talented person, a strategist, a planner, and a brain stormier.”
He also extolled Ubah as a benevolent person who hates poverty, cares for the less privileged, a cheer giver and a per
adventurist who has the interest of Anambrians at heart, especially the youths whom he had promised his commitment in ensuring that the youths of Anambra State would be incorporated into governance in the next dispensation.
On the recent invitation of Ubah by the anti-corruption agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Okoye stated that it was obviously the handiwork of the enemies, whom he described as sycophants with the intention of witch-hunting the businessman.