Former minister of Aviation, Chief Osita Chidoka
may join the Anambra governorship race next year, but said that God will direct his steps before he makes any move.
Chidoka spoke to journalists during the new yam/Obiora festival of Obosi Kingdom hosted by him at his residence.
He said he has received several calls from groups and individuals, and that he would be willing to serve the state, but would wait and let God guide his steps.
Chidoka admitted that Anambra State needed a fresh hand to steer the state off the hard times being experienced in the country presently.
The cultural event which turned into a political event, with groups and stakeholders in attendance calling on him to join the race for Anambra State governorship position in 2017 so as to fix the state.
Speakers who made remarks at the event insisted that Chidoka was ripe for the governorship of the state and that he should not deny the state of his sterling performance.
A political organization, G32 first caused a stir when they stormed the arena with a banner announcing the entrance of the former FRSC boss in the Anambra governorship race, and was applauded by all.
Another group, Dozie Anambra Initiative who were also at the event announced that no time was better for Chidoka to join the race than now that the state needed to be salvaged from bad leadership.
The secretary of the group, Mr Obi Okpala in an interview with journalists said the group was at the event to persuade Chidoka to reconsider his hard stance and join the race to salvage Anambra with his Midas touch.
Okpala said Chidoka has proven his leadership capacity both at FRSC and as the minister of Aviation, and that he should be given the chance to fix the state once and for all.
He said some of Chidoka’s advantages over other contenders is that he is young, and has proven himself beyond doubt to be an achiever.