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By Lawrence Duya, Abuja-Nigeria

As the political activities surge in Anambra, the African Democratic Congress, ADC, has declared that the era of whining, ruining, and complaining in Anambra and all over Nigeria should be over as Comrade Patrick Obianyo, former NLC Chairman elected as Anambra State ADC Chairman alongside his executives.

During the Inauguration, the ADC National Chairman, Chief Ralphs Nwosu said, “I am sure that the State Executive that has been duly elected and inaugurated today will be able to become the anchor of this vision as harbingers of ADC-DNA”.

The National Chairman of ADC, Chief Ralphs Nwosu stated this during the Anambra State Congress in the state, recently.

He said that the ADC has envisioned for Nigeria and the various states within the country clear trajectories of development so that no one is left behind. He called on his Kano colleagues not to allow the corrupt politicians to reduce Kano to an ethnic enclave because Kano was center of trans-Saharan trade more than three hundred years ago.
“I am sure that Lagosians are prepared to halt the greedy tendencies of a few to reduce the state to a den of Mafioso and paranoia politicians and people, instead of the epicenter of global commerce.”

Chief Nwosu said, “Nigeria is a giant weighed down by leadership ineptitude, elite opportunism and hypocrisy, and citizens inertia”.

He asked Nigerians to support ADC to change the ugly narrative rocking the country, as he pointed out that ADC was the first political party to zone the governorship position to Anambra South.
“ADC has aligned with Ndi-Anambra to envision Anambra of tomorrow as the African Ijele state and cosmopolitan business hub to serve Africa and the world, calling on all Anambra Youths, Women, PWD, and everyone resident in the state to own the vision”, he added.

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