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Be your brother’s keeper for real – Nwoye tells APGA members



LEADERSHIP of All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) has taken concrete steps to practicalise their Slogan of ‘ Be Your Brother Keeper’ when they assembled their members of both high and low, and educated them of how best to celebrate the party’s  victory at the governorship election of November 6, 2021.

  This seminar, took place at Women Development Centre, Awka, on Friday.

  The convener of the occasion, Chinedum Nwoye expressed gratitude to  the members  for reposing confidence in their advocacy to come and support APGA, to produce a marketable candidate for the governorship election and eventually they contributed generally for the project. He also disclosed that they were the people, who as far back as 2018, persuaded Prof. Soludo, to be their candidate, based on merit. He then thanked the grassroots for responding to their advocacy, to come out and vote for APGA.

Chief Nwoye, popularly known as  Glamour , called on the rich to know that their donations for Soludo to buy nomination form and to the campaigns have yielded fruitful dividends, with victory at election. He implored them to know that they should complement their patriotism of bringing the best candidate for the election  by donating, to practicalise their slogan of ‘Be Your Brothers Keeper’  to take care of the needs of their grassroots members.

  He said that in this regard, they should live a life of the first apostles and disciples, where they contributed their possessions and shared out according to needs.

  He said that the contributions of the rich shall be used to sponsor the economic needs of the grassroots as regards school fees for children, house rent, business investments, hospital bills, scholarship for skill acquisition, among others, adding that they should make sure that all members at the grassroots are gainfully employed and maintain decent standard of living.

  Among those that responded to their call for humanitarianism are the traditional ruler of Umueri, Igwe Ben Emeka, traditional prime minister of Umuawulu, Chief Chukwuma Ekweozo, Dr. Nelson Omenugha, Chairman of Youths Earnestly support Soludo (YESS) and many others.

  Dr. Chigozie Ntomchukwu and Prof. Arinze Chinwuba, lecturers of Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University (COOU) who are co-ordinators of Soludo Support Group  at higher institution, commended the humanitarian gesture of the leaders of the group, to help the grassroots among them.

 A Board of Trustees (BOT) has been inaugurated to administer the money donated.

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