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APGA’ll win Anambra election – Obiano

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…Says recent devps raise hopes of victory
…Urges reconciliation, pacification of aggrieved members

GOVERNOR of Anambra State and National Leader of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief Willie Obiano, said recent court victories recorded by National Chairman of APGA, Chief Victor Oye and APGA flag bearer in the forthcoming Anambra gubernatorial election, Prof. Charles Soludo, is a big sign that the party will win the contest slated for November 6.

  Gov. Obiano made the projection while addressing a mammoth crowd of the party supporters that marched from Dr. Alex Ekwueme Square, Awka, to his country home in Aguleri, Anambra East Local Government Area, yesterday.

  Calling on them to close ranks with other APGA members, particularly those nursing grievances, the governor explained the choice of Soludo as sure bet to continuity and consolidation of socio-economic developments that have won national and international laurels for Anambra.

  According to Gov. Obiano, the party’s imminent victory in the governorship election can only be sweetest if aggrieved members sheathe their swords and forge a common front for Soludo.

 The governor said that this is the time for party faithful to unite and because according to him, he remains the best candidate across party divide, pointing out that he will hold the party together and work better than he did.

  Also speaking, Member, representing Anambra East and West Federal Constituency, Chinedu Obidigwe said that Soludo was duly returned at the APGA primary election, assuring that APGA has the capacity to win the election, insisting that Oye remains the National Chairman of APGA.

  On his own, Soludo thanked God for blessing the state with Gov. Obiano, who he said his vision and dedication to common good inspired his aspiration.

  Secretary to Anambra State Government, Prof. Solo Chukwulobelu and other state executive members, transition committee chairmen, party chairmen and secretaries, among others, attended the event.

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