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With Soludo, APGA’ll take over S’East – Abia APGA Chieftain

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ALL Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) will take over South-East in the forthcoming 2023 general elections with the political goodwill of Governor of Anambra State, Prof Chukwuma Soludo.

  Secretary of Abia State Chapter of APGA, Augustine Ehimere, made the assertion in an interview, yesterday.

  Ehimere also said that South East will massively vote for APGA, beginning with Abia State, because All Progressives Congress (APC) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)-led administartions across the zone have been enslaving the people.

  According to him, the party is not only banking on the governor’s antecedent but also strongly stands to benefit from Soludo’s performance before elections kick off.

  “The PDP and APC have enslaved the zone in all the states under their control.  The taskmasters of Abia People are worst examples of what            I am saying, but the hand of the Lord has come to dislodge them and they are being dislodged already. We know that the people will turn to APGA because Gov. Chukwuma Soludo has what it takes to make the difference in showing a new direction to the people by time he transforms Anambra State into Dubai. He will deliver us, first from Abia State,” Ehiemere said.

Former Minister for Information and Culture, Frank Nweke Jnr has shade light on his preference of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) to pursuing his ambition of becoming the next occupant of the Lion Building, Enugu.

  In a brief chat with newsmen in Enugu during the Town Hall Meeting organised by the Nigeria Guild of Editors for Media practitioners in the South East, Nweke Jr described APGA as the only political party in the country whose ideologies fit him.

  He reiterated that APGA is “our” own and expressed a firm belief that his ambition of becoming the next governor of Enugu state will be better achieved through a party of like minds like APGA.

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