Dr Ifeanyichukwuma Odii, Gubernatorial Candidate of the Peoole’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Ebonyi, said he would promote Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to end hawking by his people in major cities of the country if elected come 2023 elections.
Odii made assertion on Sunday during his visit to five Churches in the state, including Adoration Ministry and Saint Luke Chaplaincy of Catholic Diocese of Abakaliki.
Others Churches visited are: the Reformed Presbyterian Church of Nigeria, Abakaliki parish, the Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Revival Movements, Ebonyi headquarters and All Saint Anglican Communion, Abakaliki Diocese.
The Gubernatorial candidate also noted that workers’ wellbeing, human capital development and job creations would be his top priority when he emerges as Governor.
“In 2023, when I come as your governor, there will be peace in the land, there will be love among us, and our children will have access to free education.
“The civil servants will be going home smiling at the end of the month. The issue of insecurity.will be properly addressed.
“When I come as your Governor, I will tackle street hawking by the youths through SMSs. I will call our youths back home and train them on various business skills and ICT.
“The time have come for a good leader to rule in Ebonyi. My mission is to ensure social security for the people. I believe that the light will shine upon the land.
“Vote for someone like me that have the capacity to boost the state’s economy. You may like to check my pedigree, check my life and that will tell you what I have the capacity to do for Ebonyi.
“Do not waste your vote on someone that does not your interest at heart. Vote for someone, who is God fearing. Support us, PDP from bottom to the top and Ebonyi will be good again.,” Odii aaid.
Rev.Father Kenneth Nome of the Adoration Ministry, Catholic Diocese of Abakaliki in his message, entitled, “Message of Hope” urged members of his church to vote for the candidate that could lead them to the promise land.
Nome called on politicians to always attain to the people’s need and prayed that in 2923, Nigerians would elect the good leaders for a new Nigeria and Ebonyi in particular.
Mr Monday Nkwoagu, Bishop of the All Saint of the Anglican Communion, Abakaliki Diocese, prayed God to give Ebonyi the Governor after His heart.
Nkwoagu described Odii as a good man and prayed that he would win, as according to him, when the righteous is on the throne, the peoole rejoices.