February 1, 2023 11:08 pm

Abia foundation is faulty, help stop the relay race, Prof. Greg Ibe campaign council tasks the people of Umuomaiukwu, Ntigha


The people of Isialangwa North L.G.A, of Abia State have been charged not to vote for guber candidates who are applying for relay race but vote for Prof. Greg Ibe, the All Progressive Grand Alliance APGA governorship candidate who has the quality to serve and make Abia great.

Speaking respectively at St. Paul’s Umuomaiukwu Parish Church hall, Umuomaiukwu-Nsulu ward 3; Ama Asaa Ntigha ward 7, and Umunka village hall in Umunka-Amapu Ntigha ward 8, High Chief Lucky Erondu, Zonal APGA Chairman Abia South pointed out that although a relay race is tense and exciting but they should have the understanding that the speed associated with relay race is insufficient to bring the needed change, Abians are yearning for.

He encouraged the people to get prepared with their Permanent Voter Cards, as loyal citizens to do their own part to vote for Prof. Ibe and other APGA candidates that will provide good governance and governance with integrity.

High Chief Lucky Erondu, Zonal APGA Chairman Abia South addressing the people

He said with the emergence of the Bimodal Verification Accreditation System, BVAS, the contentious menace of electoral fraud and other forms of manipulation that has characterized the electoral system in times past has been buried, citing the recent Ekiti and Osun States elections as excellent examples of BVAS.

Mr. Charles Ukeagu, the Director of Special Duties addressing the people of Isialangwa North

While reminding them that the results of both states were generally accepted because everyone saw the processes,  Erondu pointed out that a vote for Prof. Ibe in the forthcoming governorship election, is a vote to transform the economy of the state and restore the excellence that the state is known for.

Mr. Allison Chidi Christopher, APGA Isialangwa North LG Chairman in his speech, urged his people to vote for the APGA guber candidate, who has high capability to transform Abia State and make life better for the people.

His words, “We all need water, electricity, food, shelter, good transportation system, security and a government that cares about the needs of the people. So, it is for us, the good people of Isialangwa North to decide whether the ruling party deserves another mandate in a state where there is rising corruption and many other problems challenging the growth of the economy”.

He advised Abians particularly Isialangwa North people not to make this year 2023 about resolutions, but about the basic necessities of their lives. 

Mr. Allison Chidi Christopher, APGA Isialangwa North LG Chairman

In their respective remarks, the Umuomaiukwu-Nsulu ward 3 Chairman, Mr. Osinachi Timothy; Mr. Monday Nwogu Azu; Woman leader, Mrs Chizaram Ezeakolam;  Mrs Precious Uwaoma, Abia Widows Association; Ward Chairman of Ama Asaa Ntigha ward 7, Chijioke Reuben; Ward leader, Mr. Christopher Ibe; Umunka-Amapu Ntigha ward 8 chairman, Mr. Nnadozie Cyprian among others, vowed that they will not only do the right thing but will woo new members and carry them along with transparency for the victory ahead.

They insisted that all they need is the good of the State.

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