Obi, Umeh Lead APGA Campaign Flag-off

The All Progressive Grand Alliance –APGA has flagged off its campaign for the coming Local Government Elections. The party during the ceremony at the Alex Ekwueme Square, Awka yesterday, which was led by the Chairman of the Party’s Board of Trustees and National Leader designate of the party, Gov. Peter Obi and the National Chairman of the Party, Chief Victor Umeh presented flags to its candidates for the election.

The Square was filled to capacity as APGA members from across the State converged to support the twenty one Chairmanship candidates and three hundred and twenty six councillorship candidates for the election slated for 11th of January next year.

Governor Peter Obi in his speech said APGA was poised to win the election and would campaign in all the Local Government Areas of the State in line with its policy of reaching out to the people. He charged party faithful to work harder to achieve the set goals.

The National Chairman of APGA, Chief Victor Umeh assured that the party would do much better than it did in the Governorship election by capturing all Chairman and councilors seats. Chief Umeh commended Governor Obi for fulfilling his promises and noted that the conduct of the election would mark the climax of his achievements in the State.

He attributed the landslide victory recorded by APGA in the last Governorship election to unprecedented achievements of the Governor in all parts of the State which he observed impact positively on the lives of the people and motivated them to make strong statement of making APGA a party of choice and giving it total support.

The APGA Chairman reinstated that the party would reciprocate the Governor’s dedication by enthroning him as the national leader and Chairman of its Board of Trustees.

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