Enugu LP candidate promises mass housing for citizens in Enugu
The Labor Party candidate for the 2023 Governorship election for Enugu State says that, if elected his Government will embark on massive Housing development for all catogues of residents.
He stated this in Enugu, adding that this will reduce the effect of exploitative rent increase by shy landlords the coral city capital and it’s environs.
Agbo lamented deteriorating social infrastructure in the State blaming it on bad governance.
He said that this would be part of his Six Point agenda to turn around the fortunes of the state and restore her past glory.
“One of my immediate priority will be to embark on massive Housing development using Public Private Partnership (PPP).
“A situation where people pay as much as N1,500,000 for a flat in Enugu is unacceptable, if I am elected governor come 2023, this must change through massive housing development.
“Secondly, I will clean up Enugu and other major towns because of infection.
“After the cleaning, I will engage foreign experts to use refuse to generate electricity.
“The above combined is bound to generate mass employment for our teeming youths.
“I will also provide clean, portable water in Enugu within the first four months of my administration and stop the current exploitation by water tankers.
“As a Labor Government, workers’ welfare will be given a top priority. I will engage the Nigeria Labor Congress (NLC) to ensure that workers’ demands are well treated.
“Then among others, I will deal with the issue of morale decadence in our education sector because we must return to basics if we are ready to progress as a State, ” he said.
Agbo, a Lawyer and a retired Public Health worker, said his government will usher in a “glorious era in Enugu State.”
On the issue of zoning, the LP candidate said the party was more concerned with enthroning good governance through competent leadership rather than zoning.
He disclosed that the party was considering a female deputy governorship candidate to balance the gender issue.
“Apart from the female deputy governor, we are going to reserve 35 per cent appointment for youths; 35 per cent for women; then the remaining 30 per cent for party members, ” he said.
He urged the electorate to get their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) ready for the 2023 polls in order to effect a real change in the State and Nigeria at large.
He further disclosed that LP had candidate in all the State constituencies, the House of Representatives and the Senate. (NAN) (www:nannews.ng)