A strong grassroots based structure and continuous projection of the achievements of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA are basic factors that will guarantee the party’s victory at the November sixth governorship poll in Anambra State.
The party’s candidate for the election, Professor Charles Soludo stated this during the Awka North and South campaign meeting of the party.
The event was organized by a Board of Trustee member of the party and former member that represented Awka North and South Federal Constituency, Chief Anayo Nnebe in Awka.
The Awka North and South campaign meeting had in attendance stakeholders, political appointees, wards and local government executives within the constituency.
The political meeting, headed by Chief Nnebe, was aimed at reviewing, assessing and settling existing differences among party members and to strengthen Professor Soludo’s campaign in the constituency.
Addressing the assembly, Professor Soludo described the achievements of the party in the past fifteen years as the major political thrust of the party.
Professor Soludo, who was represented by his running mate, Dr. Onyekachukwu Ibezim said unlike other political parties, APGA has shown that it understands the yearning of the masses and will clinch victory at the poll.
Addressing the gathering, Chief Nnebe, who is a former Speaker of Anambra State House f Assembly, revealed that his move from PDP to APGA was the best decision ever as it is in line with the needs of the people, stating that the move is beneficial to every Onye Anambra.
He stated that the party has put its best foot forward by nominating Professor Soludo, stating that his excellence in public service and administration speak for him even as he asked Awka North and South Council Areas to begin aggressive campaign for APGA and participate fully in the ongoing voter registration exercise.
The Anambra State Deputy Chairman of APGA, Chief Tony Omeligwe-Ele asked the party members to have the motto of the party at heart so as not to be deceived by political stunts of the opposition but be committed to the vision of the party especially at the grassroots level.
The chairman of Eke-Awka Market, Chief Jude Agummadu, the Senior Special Assistant to Governor Willie Obiano on Community Liaison, Chief Obi Ochije, the former Deputy Speaker, Anambra State House of Assembly, Honourable Hafford Oseke and an indigene of Awka, Chief Author Nwachukwu in their separate speeches, said the meeting is necessary for success in the upcoming election, asking all political stakeholders to work throughout this campaign season to ensure victory for APGA.