APGA Assures Supporters of Party Victory
Professor Charles Soludo, the governor of Anambra State and national leader of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, has reassured supporters that the party will undoubtedly win the Imo Governorship election in November as campaigning for the race heats up.
Sir Tony Ejiogu, an APGA candidate for governor of Imo State, was recently hosted by Professor Soludo in the Anambra State Government House in Awka.
You’ll agree with me that Imo State has been a stronghold of APGA. Most of our founding fathers are also from the State. Imo is APGA, and APGA is Imo. We have been through trials and tribulations in the past, yet we remained strong as a party. It’s time to reclaim back Imo through our persistence and consistency,” Soludo stated.
He added: “APGA is the first Party to be registered with the word “progressives” in its name. Others see other parties as a political platform to win elections but in APGA, we believe in true federalism with a mandate, core value, framework and structure to move the nation forward.”
He expressed optimism in the victory of APGA in Imo State while noting that the herculean task of defeating an incumbent is achievable as evidenced by the massive support the party has enjoyed in the past in Imo where it won elections.
APGA has shown and demonstrated its commitment to the development and progress of Imo State through a credible candidate, Sir Tony Ejiogu, he continued, and he urged the electorate to turn out in force and support the party in the upcoming governor election.
Professor Soludo, who also met with other APGA candidates for governor, including Idoko Kingsley Ilonah of Kogi and Hon. Subiri Waibodei of Bayelsa State, reaffirmed that the APGA is the only political group in Nigeria that has consistently demonstrated compassion, ardor, and a sincere desire to improve the lives of the populace.
Also speaking, APGA’s National Chairman, Chief Sylvester Ezeokenwa, said the party was in high hopes to retrieve its mandate in Imo while noting that there have been remarkable differences in APGA in the State, as it fielded a transparent candidate who has become a model for future candidates, whose qualifications is not shielded in secrecy.
“Remain steadfast to the tenets of the party, your coming onboard has brought high expectations. You’ll champion a new Imo. Looking at you, I see a glorious day in Imo. God will strengthen you”.
On his part, Sir Tony Ejiogu thanked the party’s leadership for creating the enabling environment to ensure that those with proven track records can take part in governance, and promised not to betray the trust; while also soliciting the support of the party hierarchy to succeed in his quest to emerge victorious in Imo State.