By Agbenson Victorson, Abuja
A businessman and politician, Chief Ben Etiaba has emerged candidate of the Action Alliance (AA) in the forthcoming November 6 Anambra State governorship election.
Chief Etiaba who was unveiled to newsmen in Abuja by the national chairman of Action Alliance, Mr. ADEKUNLE OMOAJE said he joined the race to cause the emergence of a new Anambra state.
He said if elected as governor, he would deliver integrated infrastructure in the state.
Chief Etiaba who stressed that he would spearhead a servant-leadership in the state, promised to ensure there are no potholes on the state’s roads.
The technocrat who recently resigned his membership of the All Progressives Congress, APC , said he would complete all abandoned infrastructure projects in the state.
To return the lost fortune of the state, he said he would use agriculture to curb unemployment and make it very attractive.
Chief Etiaba said he would motivate medical personnel in the state and ensure that medical practitioners in Diaspora return home to practise.
Speaking earlier, the national chairman of Action Alliance Mr. ADEKUNLE OMOAJE exolained that Chief Etiaba asked for a waiver and the NEC of the party approved his request.
Chief Etiaba joined Action Alliance on the 29 of July after he lost out of the race on the APC platform.