Our campaign council list is not generating a rift – PGI campaign team notifies the public
By Our Reporter
The Professor Greg Ibe, PGi campaign team has disclosed that its campaign list was a carefully compiled dynamic Council list, designed to onboard all and sundry toward a common goal and will continually evolve.
This clarification has become necessary following the speculation making the rounds that the campaign council list of PGi that was recently released is generating a rift.
A press release signed by Dr. Pastra Arinze Etie of PGI Team and made available to newsmen in Umuahia, Abia State further described the speculation as unfounded, untrue and without any merit.
The release read, “The attention of the PGi Campaign team is being drawn to the speculation that the recently released campaign council list is generating a rift.
“This is unfounded, untrue, and without any merit.
“The campaign list is a carefully compiled dynamic Council list that is designed to onboard all and sundry toward a common goal and will continually evolve.
“And we, therefore, welcome every and any feedback and state categorically that considered attention will be given to issues and concerns raised as effort is being exerted to accommodate all that is found fit and capable.
“APGA is one family under the leadership of the very astute and deep-rooted administrative acumen of Prof Gregory Ikechukwu Ibe, assisted by the highly capable, Hon, Obinna Ichita, leaders whose only preoccupation, for now, is the assemblage of a team of sound, articulated, grass-rooted individuals from across Abia for the task of birthing a new functional Abia in a manner that guarantee the buy-in of all capable hand and the subsequent rescuing of Abia back to Abians.
“It is worthy of note to inform us of the influx of Abians into the PGi organization in their thousands since Prof Gregory Ibe emerged as the APGA flag bearer and the Beacon of Hope for Ndi Abia.
Men and women that are driven to do all that is required for the goal ahead.
“This, of course, may present a challenge in the onboarding process, which the mischief makers may term a rift.
“Abians and APGA Party faithful should rest assured that Prof Greg Ibe is working assiduously to ensure participatory involvement moving forward”.