Imo State New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) gubernatorial candidate Uche Ben Odunzeh vowed over the weekend to unseat incumbent Governor Hope Uzodinma in the upcoming gubernatorial election on 11 November.
However, Odunzeh challenged Governor Uzodinma and other contenders from various political parties running in the November 11, 2023 gubernatorial election to attend a debate.
The business mogul turned politician made this known in a statement signed and issued to journalists by his media officer, Mr. Joshua Elekwachi on Saturday.
Gubernatorial candidate Odunzeh said he will present his manifesto and his campaign office in Owerri in the coming weeks.
The statement reads in part: “The manifesto filing is to show our readiness to meet the challenges facing the state and to give insight into our understanding of the challenges and how ready we are to start work when we take over the state. .
“Our manifesto is people-centered and driven. We will officially release it to the public, to provide each and everyone with a working tool to access our performance, when we finally emerge, because we are resolute in our determination to overthrow the current government in Imo State,” he said.
“Our government will return Imo to a path of progressive development anchored in love for humanity and socialism.”
“Untapped resources in the areas of agriculture, health care, education, science and technology will be harnessed for the development of the state as our administration plans to increase access to social welfare and mobility,” he emphasized.