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APGA strategises for Saturday’s polls

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The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), yesterday, held an interactive session for the 326 Wards across the state as the party tightens screws on its plan for victory in the Saturday, March 9, 2019 House of Assembly election in Anambra State.

The event, which drew all the 21 Ward Exco Members and their followers together at Alex Ekwueme Square, Awka, attracted a huge crowd which stood out as a subtle show of strength as the party makes the final push for victory.

Party  faithful, who turned out at the event swore that APGA would bounce back from the slight setback it suffered in the National Assembly Elections a fortnight ago and assured that the party’s iconic cock would crow again with greater vigour in the coming election.

Addressing the gathering, the governor of Anambra State, Chief Willie Obiano, who is also the National Leader and Chairman of Board of Trustees of APGA, charged party members to push for outright victory on Saturday.

The governor, who described Saturday’s election as the most important to him noted that he will ensure adequate security, calling on party faithful to carry and see themselves as ambassadors and work for the success of the party.

While emphasizing that the state government has banned any form of levy collection in the markets, as well as sale of emblem, Governor Obiano pointed out that the measure will be effective till the first day of June, adding that enforcement has already begun.

On his part, the National Chairman of APGA, Chief Victor Oye, urged party faithful to come out with one heart as they proceed to the polls on Saturday, to give the governor and his deputy, House members that will work with them in the remaining three years, expressing optimism for a resounding victory.

Earlier, while asking for massive support and votes for the party, the State Chairman of APGA, Sir Norbert Obi, hinted that during the last election, some members of the party worked against the party, saying that the meeting was convened to streamline things, ahead of Saturday’s election.

Representatives from the 21 Local Government Areas took turns to speak, drumming support for the party.

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