2023 : Soludo Holds Interactive Session With APGA Faithfull In Idemili South, Seeks Support For Party Candidates…

Written by on February 9, 2023

Governor Chukwuma Soludo has called on Ndi Anambra to support and vote for APGA candidates in the forthcoming general elections slated for 25th February and March 11th 2023.

The Governor made the call while interacting with the faithful of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, from across the twelve political wards in Idemili South Local Government Area.

The Interface which took place at Central School Nnobi, attracted major stakeholders in the local government, including the traditional rulers, party leaders, community leaders and top government functionaries among whom were the Commissioner for Culture and Tourism, Comrade Don Onyenji, Special Adviser to the governor on Youth’s Empowerment Programmes, Dr Nelson Omenugha, Idemili South APGA Chairman, Mr Joseph Ezeanya, and a stakeholder from Awka-Etiti, Mr Chijioke Agbanyim.

In his speech, Governor Soludo who thanked Ndi Idemili South for their support during his election said that more effort is needed to deliver Idemili South all for APGA.

He said that having APGA at the national and state assemblies will ensure effective synergy for improved development.

The Transition Committee Chairman, Idemili South, Mrs Amaka Obi who noted that Governor Soludo has continued to fulfill his campaign promises to Ndi Anambra especially Idemili South, asked the people to pay the Governor back through voting APGA Candidates in the coming elections.

For the APGA Candidate for Idemili North and South Federal Constituency, Chief Ikenna Iyiegbu and his Idemili South Constituency counterpart, Sir Ebuka Igwe, APGA Is the only party that have provided good governance to Ndi Anambra and needs to be sustained.

They promised people-oriented representation that will complement the efforts of the Governor in delivering good governance to Ndi Anambra State and Idemili in particular.

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