Chukwuma Soludo, governorship candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Anambra, says the party needs to win the November 6 election to survive.
Soludo spoke on Tuesday during a campaign at Akpo community in Aguata LGA of the state.
According to NAN, Soludo used the event to formally flag off his campaign tour.
The former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) said losing the Anambra governorship election would be the end of APGA.
He urged the electorate to vote for the party, saying APGA is the only party that can take the state to “enviable heights”.
“We cannot afford to lose this election, because if we lose, it will be the end of APGA,” Soludo said.
“So, we need to work together and make sure we win this election to survive and carry on the legacy of the party.
“This is why I have come to you, to appeal to our traditional rulers, community leaders, president-generals, women and youths to vote for APGA.
“God has destined it that APGA is the party that can take Anambra to an enviable height. Do not waste your votes by voting other parties. Let us get there together and make Anambra proud.”
Soludo promised to run an all-inclusive government and ensure the security of lives and property if elected as governor.
“We shall run an all-inclusive and partnership government. We have an agenda for the youths, for the women and for persons with disabilities,” he said.
“We shall take education to the next level by taking our students to the digital age. Anambra will become a digital hub which will attract investors and create employment for the people.
“We will improve power supply, construct roads, ensure security of lives and property and make the state an industrial hub, to boost business.
“I urge you to vote APGA, so that we can achieve this dream together.”