The candidate of the Accord Party in the November 6 governorship election in Anambra State, Dr. Godwin Maduka has vowed to floor other contestants in the election.
Dr Maduka, made the vow while addressing a mammoth crowd of Anambra indigenes living in Asaba.
He used the occasion to dismiss the rumours that he was about to collapse his structure into the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA).
Maduka rather vowed to inflict crushing defeat on the APGA candidate, Charles Soludo and other contestants in the election.
Maduka said he stood out among the contestants as the only person with the capacity to transform Anambra into a Dubai of some sort.
He said if elected, within the first 100 days of his administration, the Onitsha-Enugu road would be fixed.
Saying that an airport would be developed, Maduka boasted that he would collaborate with the Federal Government to dredge the River Niger all the way to Atlantic Ocean to facilitate the clearing of containers.
“We need a new change and a new face in Anambra, and I represent that new face. I have contributed over $500 million to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Anambra.
I would not be here if I had seen any alternative among my co-contestants. They are all good in different things but the governance of Anambra State right now, I don’t need to stay away until I finish what I came for, they can maintain it.
“To take us out of this hole, I am the only one who can do it because I have the antecedents that no one else has, and they all know it. I will fix Anambra in every aspect because I have done it before,” he said.
He pleaded with the authorities, youths and other stakeholders to allow the election hold “because time is not on our side. We don’t want to lose this opportunity because I have what it takes to help my people cross the bridge.”