The National Chairman of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Adamu Muazu, on Thursday advised Nigerians to avoid acts capable of overheating the polity ahead of 2015 general elections.
Muazu gave the advice Calabar during the ground breaking ceremony of Calabar Golf Estate Project.
He urged all Nigerians to participate actively in the political process in order to elect credible leaders.
He said: “I advise all Nigerians to make sure that they do not partake in any activity that will overheat the polity.
“They should take special interest in the political process that is about to start soon.
“This is to ensure that we get good and very credible leaders for our country at every levels.’’
He commended Gov. Liyel Imoke for embarking on the project, adding that, the project would impact positively on the lives of the people of the State.
Imoke said the Public Private Partnership (PPP) project was conceptualised to create a new life style neighbourhood in Calabar.
The governor said that construction of the estate would add value to the tourism potentials of the state as Nigeria’s preferred tourist destination.
“We believe it can be a destination for Nigeria. We are adding value to our tourist destination. We want to be an all-year round destination’’, he said.
Imoke promised that the estate and other projects in the Summit Hills would be completed and commissioned by March 2015 before his administration elapses on May 29, 2015.
Mr Hakeem Ogunniran, Managing Director of UACN Property Development Company (UPDC), described the estate as a world class, covering 367 hectares.
Ogunniran said when completed, the estate would rank as the top 20 mixed developments in the World.
“We are highly honoured to be part of a project that will accelerate urban living by providing a blend of residential, retail, cultural, institutional and hospitality uses’’, he said.
According to him, the estate, when completed would comprise 200 housing units of various typologies as well as recreational facilities.
“We will not only strive to adhere to best international practices but will promote good environmental practices and sustainability’’, Ogunniran said.