Governor Willie Obiano has constituted a twelve man peace, reconciliation and national outreach committee for the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA.
The Committee which has former national chairman of the Party, Senator Victor Umeh as chairman, is to reconcile aggrieved members of the party and resolve any lingering problems in the Party in any local government area, so that they can approach the November six governorship election as a very strong and united Party.
Correspondent Chibuzor okoye has the reports that the Commmittee will also engage in a wider stakeholder outreach to build a formidable coalition across the State for the party, as well as engage any other measures that will help the party to succeed.
Addressing members of the press after their inaugural meeting, Senator Umeh thanked the Governor for the confidence reposed in them and assured that they will do the assignment given to them with utmost sincerity, honesty and diligence to ensure that the party emerges victorious during the November six Anambra governorship election.
Senator Umeh appealed to all members of the party to give the Committee maximum cooperation it requires to deliver on the job.
Earlier, the Secretary to the Anambra state government, Professor Solo Chukwulobelu said that they will do their job judiciously to ensure that no member of the party is left behind or aggrieved.
The Committee has former deputy governor of Anambra state, Engineer Emeka Sibeudu as secretary.
Other members of the Committee are Dr. Mrs. Uju Okeke, former House of Representatives member for Awka North and South, Honourable Anayo Nnebe, Igwe Rowland Odegbo of Nteje, Speaker, Anambra State House of Assembly, Right Honourable Uche Okafor and the Special Adviser to Governor Obiano on Political Matters, Barr. Ifeatu Obi-Okoye.
The Anambra State Chairman of APGA, Sir Norbert Obi, APGA State Secretary, Barrister Tony Ifeanya, Chief Rommy Ezeonwuka, as well as the Chief of Staff to Governor Obiano, Chief Primus Odili are also members of the committee.