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In Uli, APGA roots for Soludo

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THE All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Uli Ward 1 executives in Ihiala LGA are working at full speed to ensure the ward delivers majority votes for APGA and Soludo in the forthcoming gubernatorial elections.

  At the meeting held at the house of the Ward Chairman, Hon Polycarp Akalisi in Uli. Stakeholders worked to reconcile aggrieved persons or groups to ensure oneness of purpose. The meeting also served as a consolidation for progress.

  The Ward executives and major stakeholders attended the meeting, they include Vincent Ahajianya (Okeosisi), Mr Chinedu Nzeribe, Hon Kenneth Okeke, Hon Kelechi Dike, Enzo Nzeribe, Mr Lotanna Agbasiere, Engr Uche Okennaka, and a host of others.

  Ichie  Ohajianya Simeon (Okeosisi) took the opportunity to educate them on the importance of the additional polling units and wards provided by INEC. With it, the voting strength of the people in Ihiala Council Area has increased. As such, he encouraged everyone to go get their voter’s card. With it the good people of Ihiala Council Area could vote in a credible candidate for the good of Anambra.

  Chinedu Nzeribe encouraged everyone present to rise up to the spirit of togetherness which APGA is known for, and do everything possible to help Soludo win come November 6th, 2021.

  In the same vein, Mr Lotanna and Engr Uche urged the ever-solid APGA family of Uli Ward 1 to remain united and committed because Soludo has all it takes to ensure good governance for Ndi Anambra. Stakeholders expressed confidence that APGA was one united family, and that victory in November was achievable.

  The Ward Chairman, Hon Polycarp Alkalis thanked everyone present and encouraged everyone to “keep spreading the APGA/Soludo message from house to house, until everywhere in Uli Ward One has been claimed by APGA.”

  Hon. Kenneth Okeke further encouraged everyone to get their voter’s card. That card, according to him, is like a ticket to better things ahead. With it, we can collectively  ensure APGA’s continuous dominance in Anambra State.

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