Stella Oduah: ‘It’s Deceitful To Say Buhari Doesn’t Mean Well For Southeast’
The documents of the APC Federal Government’s development initiatives in the Southeast, according to Oduah, are available for anybody to view.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Stella Oduah, the senator representing Anambra North senatorial district, has denied that President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration marginalizes the southeast area.
Oduah, who recently defected from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to join the governing All Progressives Congress (APC), believes it is deceptive to claim that the president and the ruling party do not care about the southeast.
“It will amount to a self-deceit for anyone to say that President Muhammadu Buhari, and, APC do not mean well for the South East region,” she said.
She stated that the record of the various infrastructure development projects carried out in the Southeast by the APC federal administration is open to the public.
In explaining why she defected from the PDP, the former Minister of Aviation stated that she did so in order to bring greater democratic dividends to her senatorial district.
This was said by the senator, who was represented by Mrs Amaka Ononuju, at the APC secretariat in Awka.
She said that joining the ruling party would offer her access to power circles where decisions on the country’s growth are made.
Oduah also pledged to cast a large number of votes in her senatorial district for the APC and its candidate, Senator Andy Uba, in the upcoming Anambra governorship election on November 6.
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