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Nobody can destroy APGA – Umeh



 CHAIRMAN, Peace and Reconciliation Committee of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Anambra State, Victor Umeh has said that  APGA had scored 85% in the governance and administration of the state since 2006.

  Chief Umeh said that although government could not make everybody happy at the same time, the party has never diminished in the welfare and wellbeing of Anambra people since 2006.

  Umeh, who stated this in Awka, while reacting to the Kano Appeal Court judgement, told journalists that in terms of performance, APGA had done so much for the state despite the antics of the opposition.

  He said there were solid achievements in the state to justify his claims that APGA had indeed blazed the trail in monumental developments ranging from the international airport to others, stressing that there would be absolutely no reason whatsoever Anambra people will vote out APGA come November 6, 2021.

According to him, before September this year, there is a certainty that commercial flights will begin at the airport and people from across Nigeria will land safely at the airport.

  He however, pointed out that when Governor Willie Obiano muted the idea of building an airport in partnership with a Chinese Consortium and the partnership didn’t work out, people thought it was just

an audio airport but the governor took the bull by the horns and today, APGA government delivered a state-of-the-art airport for the present and future generations.

  Umeh maintained that APGA is the only political party that does not interfere with governance unlike other political parties that would quarrel and fight over the resources of the state thereby scuttling development.

  He said he was happy with the judgment delivered by the Court of Appeal sitting in Kano, saying that the Jigawa High Court attempted to foist a stranger on the party as the national chairman and that some people continued to use the judgment to torment APGA.

  He said the judiciary had redeemed its name with the Appeal Court judgment and that justice had been done, adding that the superior court ruled that the Jigawa High Judgment lacked territorial and substantial jurisdiction to decide on it.

  The former Anambra Central Senator emphasised that with the judgment of the Kano Appeal Court, APGA had been rebranded and poised to win the November 6 governorship election with Prof. Chukwuma Charles Soludo as candidate of the party, adding that it is hoped that INEC will without further delays, publish the name of the former CBN Governor.

  Umeh said: “We know that the attempt orthcoming election.

was to derail the momentum of APGA ahead of the election but now that God has intervened and the judiciary has delivered justice, we have now our opponents to contend with in the forthcoming election.

   “I will advise my friend and brother to stop wasting resources.   This judgment does not contain any mistake in its delivery and consideration. The lower court does not have jurisdiction to entertain the matter and trying to establish a leadership that does not exist is not possible.

  “The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will only ensure that it is the legally recognised candidate that will go on campaigns. We don’t need distractions and we don’t want parallel campaigns. Nobody can destroy APGA ! ” 

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