I’ll check youth restiveness through job creation – Ezeemo
Frontline politician and governorship aspirant in the November 6 Anambra election, Mr. Godwin Ezeemo has said that job creation would be his cardinal agenda to check youths’ restiveness in the state, if elected.
He said curbing crime and bringing about quality security could only be achieved through job creation, calling on party delegates to cast their votes for a visionary aspirant.
Ezeemo spoke while addressing some delegates from his political party, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), in Umuchu, Aguata Local Government Area of the state.
He said, “Money bag politicians are a must watch for the delegates to ensure that they are not confused come June 26, when the PDP holds its primary election.
“Delegates, you are the electors of a governor or president, the power is in your hand, yes times are hard economically but you have the power to vote in a visionary person.
“If you vote a person with creative mindset, he might not be super rich monetarily but with right visionary ideas it would mend the wrongs of political jobbers and boost life with developmental ideas.”
According to Ezeemo, the society would be free of mediocre if youths were engaged properly in governance with various degrees of skilled and unskilled work.
He said it was sad to continuously have increase in population of young and vibrant men and women, graduates and skilled youths roaming the street all in attempt to survive.
The frontline guber aspirant added, “There is a solution to that, vote for me and if I become the party flag bearer on my honor with my creative ideas work would be created for all classes of the youth to do.
“Few weeks ago, I made a case via my twitter handle @officialezeemo where I stated that job creation will provide the long-anticipated solution to security in our society,” he said.
He said that as industrialist over the years in his capacity as an individual, lots have been done towards Industrialization which had brought about job creation in Anambra.
“I have not taken any contract either from Federal or State Government. All of my company ranging from Orient Farms, Orient Newspaper and Magazines, Orient plastic, Honeywell hotel, Freshlife water amongst others,” he said.
The gubernatorial hopeful added that all Industries he set up in Anambra had created over 20,000 direct and indirect employment in the state which at a large extent had provided a source of living to the workers and helped to keep so many youths of the street.