Youths tag Azuka Okwuosa “Mr. Lets fix Anambra”
Anambra State gubernatorial aspirant Azuka Okwuosa is fast becoming a social media sensation. He has a voice crying out for the transformation of his beloved state. He has quickly caused a rave amongst social media users, especially on Twitter where he trended all through under the hashtag #LetsFixAnambra.
He has even gone ahead to earn himself the nickname “Mr. Let’s Fix Anambra.”
Okwuosa is an advocate for the systematic and strategic overhauling of Anambra State to benefit all indigenes. He has constantly called out to Anambrarians to unite and collectively work toward the betterment of the state. He recently began to make this call through his social media, and his call didn’t go unanswered. Anambrarians took to Twitter to lend their voice to the trend that is soon becoming a movement.
The motion Okwuosa is propelling is that “a state does not belong to one man; therefore, it cannot be fixed by a single man”. He enforces that every indigene of Anambra has a role to play in the overall progress of the state, reminding that if Anambrarians leave the job to a governor or a committee, the work will remain undone, and complaints will continue to surface.
For obvious reasons, his audience feels the same way. From the tweets that ensued, Anambrarians resonated with his opinion. While some hailed Hon Okwuosa for his views, others recalled the unfortunate happenings within the state amidst the seemingly poor performance of the incumbent government. From the popular opinion, Anambrarians are looking forward to the upcoming gubernatorial elections, and Hon Okwuosa is gradually shaping the electorate’s minds to play a more active role in ensuring the right man is on the seat.
Here are some tweets as seen on twitter:
“Have you listened to this @AzukaOkwuosa’s agenda? Man sounds like he knows what he’s doing abeg. Wake me up in November. #LetsFixAnambra”. – @IfeanyiTheGreat
“Okwuosa’s business experience plus his political experience makes him one of the best candidates. #LetsFixAnambra” – @Sh_Damilola
“Let’s fix Anambra. I like the tone of that and the angle the thought is coming from. Indeed we all need to fix our land. #LetsFixAnambra” – @Yusuf_Olalekan
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