Obiano, Umeh, Soludo lead APGA Campaign In Anambra …Urge People to Vote APGA Candidates

Alphonsus Nweze
Governor Willie Obiano, Senator Victor Umeh and former Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Prof Charles Soludo who are leading the legislative campaign in Anambra State for APGA in the next month election have called Anambra people to vote the party’s candidates overwhelmingly.

Speaking at the campaign rally yesterday at St. Alphonsus Catholic Church Nkpor in Idemili North Local Government Area of Anambra State, Governor Obiano thanked the people of Idemili for supporting him in the last Governorship election.

He appealed to the APGA faithful to give the candidates of the party massive support in the February election just as they did during the last Governorship election.

The Governor urged them not to be confused by other political parties, stressing that those who voted for APGA will be compensated as he will still remain in the office for the next three years.

Senator Umeh who is contesting to return to green chamber said APGA has changed the face of the State since it took the governance of the State in 2006.

He then urged the people to continue to support the party so as to continue to enjoy massive development and good governance in the State.

Umeh said the PDP which stole the mandate of their candidates in the last election has been dislodged and cannot do anything sinister this time.

The Senator said that APGA may determine who will lead the country after the election and that was why they should vote for them massively.

Soludo who took the economic angle said Governor Obiano has brought back weekend and night economy to Anambra State, with street lightnings of the State and other achievements.

He said the continuous improvement of the economy of the State was a clear indication of Anambra being the fourth largest economy in the country.

All the speakers urged the people to vote Chief Umeh as Senator representing Anambra Central, Ifeanyi Ibezim, candidate of the party for Idemili North and South Federal Constituency and other APGA candidates.

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