The Director-General of National Inland Waterways Authority, Chief George Moghalu, has declared for the Anambra State 2021 governorship on the platform of the All Progressives Congress
Moghalu who expressed the intention on Saturday in Nnewi, Anambra State, said nothing would stop him from winning the race.
A support group with no fewer than 6,000 members had paid him a visit to declare its support for the NIWA boss in the race.
Moghalu said he would want to be governor of the state to correct some anomalies in governance, not to enrich himself as God had already blessed him materially.
He said, “God has cleared my road to the Government House, Awka, no man can puncture it.
“I will win the primary and the election proper without qualms. You are here because you believe in me. I assure you that I will never disappoint you. The work is about to start.
“We even have support outside the party. All my support groups are working towards one goal. There should be a synergy. You have great work to do and you should preach to people who are not yet converted. Power is not given but struggled for.
“I don’t believe in mere word-of-mouth support. It has to be backed up with concerted effort, genuine efforts. And we want quality supporters. I’m convinced that this time around, we are Government House bound.”
The group under the auspices of “Georgy Like Minds” led by Ven. Chris Orajekwe said it had resolved to make sure that Moghalu became Anambra State Governor “by every legitimate means possible no matter the odds.”
Orajekwe said every arrangement had been put in place to begin house-to-house sensitisation in the 21 local government areas of the state to ensure nothing was left to chance.
He added,” This group has over 6,000 members and 1,600 dedicated state and local government officials to deliver this project. To show our seriousness, we started and financed this group from our pockets because we want a governor that can lead the State and deliver democracy dividends.
“Our conviction in Moghalu is based on what we have seen him done in NIWA for the interest of the people.