By Dan James
May 17 (Newshour.com.ng) – In the height of the Depression that hit the United States of America, then President Franklyn Roosevelt, initiated the concept of New Deal as a way out of the economic quagmire. In the same vien, as a veritable means of solving what used to be addressed as the Niger Delta militancy, the late President Musa Yar’ dua declared the amnesty project in the oil rich territory.
Both the New Deal as well as Amnesty Project worked wonders and miracles. America came out of the depression and emerged world powers, following the defeat of Adolf Hitler in the World War 11 that followed eventually. On the other hand, the Amnesty Project decimated the claws of the Niger Delta militants and brought peace as well as order to the once troubled region.
Now in Imo, the governorship candidate of the Accord party, Ikenga Johnjude Okere, has assured that his Impact Imo Project would transform the Eastern Heartland state from the ashes of insecurity, poverty, joblessness, socioeconomic – political devastation to the status agricultural revolution, industrial growth, sports, entertainment and tourism development and economic invigoration.
He noted that, just as Franklyn’s New Deal provided sucour and Americans in the face of hopeless, dejection and decay, even as Yar’ dua’s Amnesty ensured stability in the Niger Delta region that utterly damaged by environmental hazards and armed struggle, so shall his Impact Imo Project revamp, revive as well as reset the state’s infrastructure, business and sociocultural political landscapes through the introduction of new lease of life, to be made possible by his insistence on “Doing Things Differently”.
Ikenga Johnjude Okere advised Imo people to massively vote for him, the Accord party candidate, in the November 11, 2023 governorship election for the good of all.
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