Adamu Garba, presidential aspirant on the platform of the All Progressives Congress, APC, has appointed Mr. Opeyemi Oriniowo, a former Special Adviser to the Ekiti State governor-elect, Kayode Fayemi, as the Director General of his 2019 presidential campaign.
Adamu Garba, CEO IPI Solutions also announced Iwuanorue Jackson as his Chief of Staff.
The announcement was contained in a statement issued on Friday in Lagos by Ayodele Adio, the official spokesperson and director of strategic communication for the Adamu Garba campaign.
Garba also announced the appointment of Aminu Mutawalli as campaign treasurer while Abba Kuri would act as the Deputy Director General.
According to him, Oriniowo would over see all campaign activities, including but not limited to, operations, fundraising, mobilization and strategy.
The statement reads, “It is with great delight I welcome Oriniowo, a patriotic Nigerian and fine gentleman to run “the people’s” campaign. I’m overly confident that this exceptionally brilliant and committed team will usher me to the Presidency come 2019″
“More than anything else,Nigeria needs Leadership, something I will provide right from my first day in office. My chief priority is to lift several million Nigerians out of poverty by creating jobs and building capacity.
“We have put together aMarshall plan that would grow the economy, deal with insecurity and strengthen our foreign policy. To achieve these hitherto ambitious goals, we have put detailed 26 policy objectives that would galvanize this country forward.
“Our farm to factory policythat would target specific crop choices for processing, packaging, and exporting, with the intention of creating 5 million jobs across the value chain. We propose to de-emphasize politics by transforming the 6 geo-political zones to 9 geo economic zones that would be completely driven by productivity. We will commercialize and privatize the NNPC, open our inland water ways, extend port facilities outside Lagos, guarantee the independence of the CBN, separate religion from state and reform our educational system.”