Imo Guber: Amuchie Vows To Win Imo For APGA

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Tunji Adedeji 

Sir. Stanley Amuchie , a Seasoned Banker and the All Progressive Grand Alliance ,APGA governorship aspirant in Imo State, has vowed to win the state for the party if he gets its gubernatorial candidate ticket .

The leading governorship aspirant made this vow last Sunday at the APGA State Secretariat Egbu Road Owerri while declaring his interest to contest the number one seat in Imo state come 2019.

The Aboh Mbaise born Zenith bank Director, who promised to serve the interest of Imolites if elected seized the platform to debunk rumour making rounds that he was being sponsored by Owelle Rochas Okorocha .

He opined that that the allegation is a calculated attempt to damage his hard earned reputation by mischief makers.

The first class graduate of Industrial chemistry from the University of Benin disclosed that Imo state at this time is in dare need of good governance which only can be achieved by voting in someone with requisite skills and experience to salvage the state from its pitiable condition.

The governorship aspirant who also used the occasion to mark his birthday with the APGA family and his support groups who came out in their good numbers to identify with their leader averred that APGA is the only political party which is founded in line with Igbo ideologies which invariably will meet the needs of Ndi Igbo.

Sir Stanley condemned in strong terms the high level of infrastructural decay in which has adversely affected the socio- economic growth of the state.

The front line governorship aspirant maintained that his aspiration to govern Imo is one born out of Passion to champion good governance and make Ndi Imo more better than they are today.

He promised to address the poor working condition of Civil servants in the state and as well restore the dignity of traditional institution which has been bastardized by the present administration in the state.

The governorship hopeful enjoined its party APGA not to betray the party once given the mandate to stand as its flag bearer in the 2019 governorship election as was experienced in the recent past.

Sir Amuchie, the president and founder of Good light foundation said he believes in human capital development and this he has continued to do by empowering many youths and widows in the state and beyond through his foundation.