Soludo Remains Our Candidate – APGA Chairman

Soludo Remains Our Candidate – APGA Chairman

The All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, has reaffirmed that its candidates for the November sixth Anambra State governorship election are Professor Charles Soludo and Dr. Onyekachi Ibezim as governor and deputy respectively.

The National Chairman of the party, Chief Victor Oye, who reiterated this, when the Managing Director, Chief Executive Officer of the Anambra Broadcasting Service, ABS, Dr. Uche Nworah paid a working visit to the National Secretariat of APGA in Abuja, said the party has already uploaded their names on the INEC portal as required.

He enjoined ndi Anambra to embrace the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, so that the super structure foundation already laid in the state will be sustained.

According to the National Chairman, what is playing out is man – made, designed to serve the selfish interest of some people. He maintained that there is no faction in the party as the processes that led to the primary were transparent.

Chief Oye, opined that if ndi Anambra really want to enjoy life in full, they should embrace APGA wholeheartedly as no other political party can give what APGA is already giving and is willing to give them.

He noted that Senator Chris Ngige laid the foundation of what is happening in Anambra State today, and APGA Governors starting with Peter Obi and then, Governor Willie Obiano sustained and surpassed the achievements with legacy super structures such as international conference centre, international airport and international stadium among others.

The APGA boss who said the November sixth governorship election will be won by APGA unopposed, promised a robust and all inclusive electioneering campaign as the party hopes to be around for the next one hundred years.

Dr. Uche Nworah, who had gone on a tour of the new party Secretariat, commended the National Chairman for a job well done saying he visited to ascertain the party’s readiness for the forthcoming election and to present the book on Governor Obiano, a publication of the ABS to the National Chairman.

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