Chief George Moghalu, Managing Director of the National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), explained why he is seeking the Anambra State governorship seat in 2021.
Moghalu, who is contesting the exalted seat under the All Progressive Congress (APC) platform, said that he had already been blessed by God to correct certain governance anomalies.
Speaking during a visit by one of his support group’s executives, Georgy Like Minds, at his country home in Nnewi, Anambra, Moghalu assured that God had cleared his way to the Government House, which he said no man could punctuate.
He pledged his support to the party saying that they had expressed their readiness to work with him, making them stakeholders in the project.
Moghalu, who was a candidate in the state’s last governorship election, said that this time he was assured of victory.
He said: “I will win the primary and the election proper without qualms. You are here because you believe in me. I assure you that I will never disappoint you.
“The work is about to start. We even have support outside the party. All my support groups are working towards one goal. You have great work to do, including preaching to people who are not yet converted.
“I don’t believe in the mere word of mouth. It has to be backed up with concerted, genuine efforts, we want quality supporters. Power is not given, but struggled for.”
The state coordinator of the group, Ven. Chris Orajekwe said every arrangement had been put in place to begin house-to-house sensitisation in all the 21 local government areas to ensure nothing was left to a chance toward the smooth sailing of Moghalu to Government House.
Orajekwe, a former People’s Democratic Party (PDP) stalwart in the state, said the group had resolved to ensure Moghalu became Anambra State Governor by every legitimate means possible no matter the odds.