The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has asked Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State, who was elected under the platform of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA), to prepare a detailed handover note.
The PDP, in a statement issued by its Publicity Secretary in the state, Mr Nnamdi Nwangwu, said Obiano will be the last governor of the state from APGA.
Nwangwu said that the APGA-controlled government had failed woefully in all ramifications and as such should be prepared to hand over to PDP which is ready to give Anambra State a quality, responsible and responsive government.
The PDP’s spokesman said no amount of distractions will stop the Anambra people from showing the government of APGA the way out.
“Anambra State had the best road network in Nigeria, all the towns and communities were effectively linked when the saddle of leadership was handed over to the APGA-controlled government
“Today, the roads are not maintained and new ones are not constructed.
“Anambra state had the best primary healthcare delivery with the highest accredited tertiary institution for health workers training.
“All the senatorial zones had two or three accredited health centres well equipped.
“Let APGA apologists tell us what has happened to the hitherto functional sector.
“Obiano was handed a zero debt profile with over N75b savings in local banks and future generation savings in dollars in different banks.
“All these have been wasted without any commensurate tangible developments on ground or savings anywhere.
“The APGA government is amassing debts in banks and financial institutions yet no development is going on in any part of the state.
“Certainly, the time has come for the people to say bye to bad riddance.
“Gully erosion is cutting off communities and destroying properties yet the hapless APGA government cannot rise to the occasion,” Nwangwu stated.
The PDP challenged the APGA government to make public its handover notes detailing all finished and ongoing projects as was done by Peter Obi at the inception of the present government.