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2019 election: Nwakile, Anadi others urge electorate to identify with APGA

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STATE Treasurer of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Anthony Nwakile has urged the Anambra State electorate to identify with the party in the forth coming general elections to consolidate on the achievements of Governor Willie Obiano. 

Mr. Nwakile, who spoke to the press at the party’s secretariat in Awka ahead of the February 16 and March 2nd general elections, noted that Governor Obiano’s development stamp since he assumed office should not be swept under the carpet by the electorate who have witnessed government’s presence in their respective communities.

The party treasurer made specific reference to the security of lives and property of the citizenry which have been celebrated beyond the shores of Nigeria.

He appealed to APGA members aggrieved by the party’s last primaries to sheath their swords and close ranks with the leadership of the party to victory in the forth coming elections.

Mr. Nwakile assured that the next primaries of the party will be better than the previous one held last year.

In a related development, the electorates in Ihiala Federal Constituency have been urged to arm themselves with their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) to participate effectively in the forth coming elections.

The call was made by Vincent Anadi, Senior Special Assistant to the member representing Ihiala Federal Constituency, Chief Emeka Anohu.

According to Mr. Anadi,  the possession of their permanent voters cards is a sine-qua-non towards participating in the exercise, those yet to collect theirs should do so to be part of the exercise.

He enjoined politicians and the electorate to avoid acts of electoral brigandage and violence to ensure free and credible elections.

Anadi expressed delight that the member representing the Ihiala Federal Constituency, Chief Anohu has offered quality representation to his constituency such as facilitating the execution of 23 projects in Ihiala Local Government Area, among which were building of some classroom blocks at the community primary school, Mbosi and a solar powered borehole at Ubi Enu in Mbosi, Ihiala Local Government Area.

Contributing, the Traditional Prime Minister of Ebenebe, Chief Joe Nwegwu asked the electorate in the state to vote for APGA in the forth coming elections in the state.

On his part, the Traditional Ruler of Omasi, Igwe Benjamin Okeji said he has made some sensitization on the need for his subjects to collect their permanent voters cards, adding that he has asked the Independent National Electoral Commission to shift some PVCs to his palace for collection by its owners.

 

 

 

 

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