It's only Anambra that can revive Nigeria's economy

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 THE Governorship candidate of Anambra State under the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Barth Nwibe said Anambra alone has the capability to revive Nigeria's ailing economy, Daily Sun reports.

Leadership failure among the Igbo could only be addressed by a visionary leadership in Anambra State and Nigeria.

He disclosed this in a chat with Daily Sun newspapers adding that his vision is to make the state if elected to power as the destination point for investors by providing enabling environment for industrialists and manufacturers, thereby, creating jobs for the teeming unemployed youths.

According to him, “Nigeria is suffering from leadership failure. Even in the eastern region, the governors have not provided us with the right leadership. Ndigbo have suffered due to leadership failure which has given rise to youth restiveness,” he said.

Nwibe regretted that since former governor Peter Obi, who he said tried to unite the eastern governors for the progress of Ndigbo, left office, the present governors could not sustain his vision.

“We need a stable leadership in Igboland for Nigeria to be at peace. Professionals like us cannot sit back and allow ‘unprofessional politicians’ continue to lead us because we have reached nowhere under their leadership. We need to bring the Igbo economy up.”

How come we have abandoned Igboland to develop other areas,  yet, we keep shouting marginalisation?

“Anambra is the hub of commerce and industry in the eastern part of Nigeria. What our people need is a stable source of energy to do their businesses.

“Only Igbo can develop Igboland. We’ll re-plan Anambra State. Onitsha, Awka and Nnewi will have uninterrupted power supply. If we bring back 30 per cent of our businesses to Anambra, we we’ll stop Nigerians from going to India for medical treatment. Once we fix our energy supply, we would have transformed Igboland and bring home our professionals abroad to come and develop Nigeria.”
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