Former Governorship Candidate of the All Grand Alliance Party (AGAP), Chief Felix Amechi Nwezi has reiterated his party’s commitment to changing the norm in partisan politics. He said this on Saturday while speaking on Ogene 98.3 fm political discussion programme, Encounter.
Chief Nwezi described AGAP as a political party with a difference. He said the party is focused on putting a stop to godfatherism in the country’s politics.
Speaking further, Nwezi highlighted the need for our people to focus less on trading. “Industrialization is key to job creation, our people trade too much, there is a limit to the number of jobs that can be created through trading activities. If we have more industries to manufacture most of these goods our people trade on, we would definitely have a more robust economy which would guarantee both Job and wealth creation”, he said.
He further described his party, AGAP as a party driven by the vision to change the societal ills caused by bad governance which have accumulated over the years. Speaking, he said: “Our party is committed to putting square pegs in square holes. Our primary election process is transparent, credible and competitive. We want to make sure that the best and most qualified candidates emerge, because good governance must start with entroning competent people to lead us”.
Nwezi advised those in government to be more intentional in their approach and policies. He stressed the need for government at all levels to shun frivolities and channel their energy and resources into activities that can improve the well being of the citizens.