Conference of Nigeria Political Parties (CNPP) in Anambra state has called on the state governor, Willie Obiano to run an all-inclusive government in his second term in office.
The chairman of the body, Hon. Kate-Oby Okafor who made the call yesterday in Awka in a press briefing, urged the newly re-elected governor to carry all political parties in the state along in his new cabinet irrespective of political affiliations.
"We want the governor to carry all political parties and candidates along while reshuffling his cabinet by March when he must have been sworn in.
"He is now the father of the state, therefore he must cater for the well-being of the entire citizenry regardless of each person’s political affiliations," she added.
She urged him to fulfill his campaign promises by focusing on those critical areas he listed during the electioneering period so as not to betray the confidence reposed on him by the electorate.
Okafor, who is also the chairman of the Advanced Congress of Democrats (ACD) in the state, commended the political parties and other stakeholders in the election for heeding to the body’s call of eschewing all forms of violence.
On the protracted Anambra Senatorial rerun election, the CNPP boss called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to conduct the election without further delay.
"We are losing a lot as a result of the delay. Let them conduct the election so we can get our own share of the national cake, " she added.