Rivers Guber Aspirant Vows To Fight Insecurity With Job Creation
The Governorship aspirant of the Young Progressive Party ( YPP), Engr Danago Opurum Wenike-Briggs, has said he will use job creation to fight insecurity in Rivers State if he emerges governor of the in the State in 2023.
Wenike-Briggs who said this at the Party’s secretariat in Port Harcourt shortly after purchasing his intent and nomination forms at the weekend, reasoned that security can only be achieved in a conducive environment, adding that such can be attainable when the people are gainfully employed.
The Salvation Ministries’ Deacon, pointed out that unemployment was part of the reasons for insecurity in Rivers State, but expressed hope it will be nipped in the bud soon as he is voted into power.
He also hinted that he is in a mission to fulfil the mandate of riverine governor of the state.
On the purchase of the nomination forms, he said it was made possible through the magnanimity of members of his Community of Reformed Youths Initiatives ( CRYI), a not for profit Organisation, who had wanted him to aspire for the highest political seat of the state.
He hinted that the need for the acceptance of the call became imperative in order not to betray the trust they have on him.
The CRYI State Coordinator, Prince Okul Amos, who spoke via its Legal Adviser, Imiete Esq, said they were happy that their principal obliged them.
Amos maintained that YPP will clinch power in the State next year given its level of all round preparedness.
The State Party Chairman, Prince Omangima, noted that his Party must emerge victorious because of its popularity.
Omangima, said they are not moved by any other political party, no matter their long existence in the political arena.