APC candidate, Dr Tony Nwoye visited two radio stations today to discuss his governorship ambition and offerings to ndi Anambra.
The 43 year old while speaking at Radio Sapienca FM today spoke about his background in business and his early days enterprises.
He narrated how he worked as a clerk at Nteje during the 1993 presidential elections and his early successes:
“I worked as a clerk in the 1993 Presidential elections, with the money I made as a clerk working as a clerk in Nteje, I was able to buy poultry birds from Onitsha market and within a short period I had a large poultry farm and was selling and restocking every three (3) months, through the money I made from my poultry farm I bought 33 motorcycles and gave out as higher-purchase before I got admission”
“When I become governor, I will ensure that I will provide easy and accessible funds to ndi Anambra to make their dreams come true, we are an industrious people. I will revamp agriculture, not Channels or AIT based Agricultural revolution. It will be a revolution from the farm. I have a personal experience in this”, he said