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APGA Reconciliation: Obiano promises implementation of recommendation

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GOVERNOR Willie Obiano has received a report of the State’s Reconciliation Committee for the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA).

The committee, headed by a member of APGA Board of Trustees, Dr Uju Okeke, has the Special Adviser, Political Matters to the Governor, Mr. Ifeatu Obi-Okoye as its Secretary.

Other members include former APGA State Chairman, Mr. Mike Kwentoh, Mr. Theophine Nnoli, Mr. Solomon Anusike, Mrs. Chinyere Ibenta, Mr. Andrew Nwanosike, Mr. Boniface Egbutue, Mr. Charles Okongwu and Chief of Staff to Governor, Mr. Primus Odili.

Receiving the report at Governor’s Lodge, Amawbia, Governor Obiano promised to implement the recommendations to the latter, in order to restore peace and unity within the party.

Obiano, while commending members of the committee for their tremendous services within a short time-frame, assured that the reconciliation would be extended to other states, so as to pacify all aggrieved members.

“The Chief of Staff, Odili, Commissioner for Local Government , Greg Obi, Special Adviser Political, Obiokoye, Mrs. Confidence Azodo and the state Party Chairman, Norbert Obi will be among committee members to ensure full implementation of the recommendation.

“This committee has only a week to commence and complete every recommendation to the best of our ability,” the governor re-assured.

The chairman of the committee, Mrs. Okeke explained that their methodology cuts across all aggrieved members in the party.
She noted that the committee painstakingly met with every aspirant, candidates, political appointees at different levels, state APGA Executive, to ascertain possible measures that would enhance unity.

She observed that through their findings, they all agreed to embrace peace and move together to achieve success at the upcoming 2019 General Elections.
The state Chairman, APGA, Obi, commended the committee for the onerous tasks and reassured that they would not leave any stone unturned in promoting peace in the party.

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