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Accord promises emergency medical response in Anambra

By Charles Ogugbuaja, Owerri
03 November 2021   |   3:21 am
The governorship candidate of Accord Party, Dr. Godwin Maduka, has promised, in addition to all other projects in his masterplan, to establish a medical emergency response centres in each of the 21 local council of the state.

The governorship candidate of Accord Party, Dr. Godwin Maduka, has promised, in addition to all other projects in his masterplan, to establish a medical emergency response centres in each of the 21 local council of the state.

Speaking to journalists at his campaign headquarters in Awka, yesterday, Maduka emphasised that his party would produce the next governor of Anambra on come Saturday.

He disclosed that since he publicly indicated interest in the governorship seat, his office had continued to play host to different groups of citizens, especially the downtrodden, the artisans and the neglected in the society, who placed implicit confidence in him.

“It is not hard to unravel why these cadres of the society share my vision; they have for so long been left with empty political promises by hungry money-mongers.

“I am in the race not for my sake but for the benefit and uplift of the downtrodden. I have demonstrated what I am capable of doing. The evidence is there in my Umuchukwu community for all to see and appreciate. I did all these with my personal hard-earned money.

So you can imagine what I will do with the state’s revenue. With what I will do with public fund, the people will want to stone all the office holders who had been sitting on the commonwealth without anything to show for it.”

The governorship hopeful pledged to replicate all he did at Umuchukwu, where he built schools, hospitals, international medical research centre, high court, magistrate courts, judges’ quarters, police station and other public institutions with his money.

With his 10-point agenda, Maduka said he would draw medical tourism to Anambra, establish a non-residential university campus in each local council to make education accessible and affordable to all.

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