“When we institutionalise this culture, Anambra will become a place where communities compete to achieve development because they see it as a partnership with the government.”

“Our masterstroke is the cluster strategy that will see Anambra experience specialised development in different clusters based on their unique geographic demography,” Ozigbo continued.

“There is no reason why Anambra cannot be home to Africa’s biggest technology hub, and we have mapped Old Aguata Cluster as the home of our Silicon Valley. We will develop the Nnewi and Ihiala Clusters to become Africa’s biggest industrial hub.

“The business potentials of Onitsha and Idemili Clusters will be exploited. We will make it fashionable to do business in Anambra. Not just for Ndi Anambra but all Nigerians and foreign companies.

“Omambala, Ogbaru and Awka North will be an agricultural hotbed where, through government support and leveraging the power of technology, our farmers will move from production to processing of agricultural produce. Anambra’s capital, Awka, will be moulded into the befitting capital we deserve, and we will explore the tourism potential of the state through the ‘Visit Anambra’ campaign.

“I took time to prepare the Ka Anambra Chawapu manifesto, alongside my wonderful team. I promise you that every developmental project contained on my manifesto is achievable if we take the right steps towards achieving them”, the prominent philanthropist concluded.

The event was graced by several prominent dignitaries, including Chief Emma Ebene, the Vice-Chairman of the PDP for Anambra South Senatorial Zone;; Mrs Justina Nwafor, the woman leader of the PDP in Anambra State; and Chairmen of the party in all seven local government areas in the zone.

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