Washington DC, November 25, 2018
US analysts boost Emeka Ihedioha
Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha, the Imo State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) 2019 gubernatorial candidate, appears to have secured the confidence of the international community to become the next Governor of Imo State.
This is evident in his invitation to deliver a major policy speech, at the very prestigious National Press Club, situated two blocks from the White House, in Washington DC, USA.
At a recent meeting at the George Washington University, in Washington DC, the top Socio-Economic-Political Analyst group – SEPA, which makes forecasts for clients interested in investing in the West African sub-region, in their analysis of the threats and opportunities of the upcoming elections in Nigeria, concluded that Rt. Hon Ihedioha is “the most promising and best conditioned, among all 2019 gubernatorial candidates, of the major political parties in Nigeria, to breathe confidence into a derailing economy.”
Commenting on the matter, Mr Dan Sutton, a financial economist specializing in the West African sub-region, said, “this is what we do for a living, advising our African investors on how best to invest their money, taking various factors into consideration, including our internal opinion polls, forecast models, trends, security, live testimonies and others. Our assessment showed that Mr. Ihedioha, had the highest rating in confidence and vision to turn around and or stabilize not only the economy of his State, but that of Nigeria as well. Nigeria is considered a high risk high reward entity, and any factor that reduces the risks, gets investors’ attention.”
Responding to a question, Mr. Bart Lewis, a partner with a Boston based major venture capitalist group said, “..although a majority of the group had reached a highest positive conclusion on Mr Ihedioha, a few others, sitting on the fence, were brought over following a compelling presentation by the Imo Global Alliance for Good Governance (IGAGG), a non-partisan group that we respect a great deal. We are working with them to bring Mr Ihedioha to Washington DC, to begin to build a mutually beneficial relationship for jobs creation and overall economic prosperity.”
Elaborating on the matter, Professor Eddie Oparaoji, the leader of IGAGG, said “a quality product needs no hard sell. Rt. Hon Emeka Ihedioha has a record, manifesto, pedigree that are in public domain. All we did was strategically assemble and convey them. We couldn’t be happier that he has been accorded the honor of speaking at the prestigious National Press Club, with the opportunity to situate Imo State in the global economy.”