Pastor Peters Omoragbon, a candidate for governor of the National Consciousness Party (NCP) in Edo State, has vowed to end hunger and starvation in Edo State if elected to power.
Omoragbon, while speaking to reporters about his agenda for the people of Edo, lamented that hunger and starvation had become prevalent throughout the Edo state, hence his desire to assume leadership of the leadership so that there is an improvement in the lives of citizens. people.
He stated: “Food is man’s most important need. Millions of Edo people go hungry amid abundant natural resources. Although the state of Edo is considered to be one of the richest in the country with abundant agricultural potential, ordinary Edo citizens are among the poorest in the country.
“There will be cheap and affordable food for our people. Producing to meet the food needs of the population domestically rather than producing for export will be the main focus of our agricultural policy in Edo State.
“Managing the NCP in Edo State under my supervision will ensure food safety, including effective mechanisms for processing, preservation, and guaranteed access for all year-round. The PNC government will establish a research and development (R&D) center for food production in Edo state if I am elected to power. “
Omoragbon asked the people of Edo to vote for the NCP, if they really want a change in state affairs, while urging them to get rid of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and the Congress of All Progressives (APC), which he described as popular anti-parties and anti-masses.
According to him, people should embrace the PNC, adding that neither APC gubernatorial candidate Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu and PDP Gov. Godwin Obaseki have what it takes to usher in real change that will have a positive impact on the lives of the people of Edo State.