February 2, 2023 12:28 am

Power to the next generation is assured with Prof. Ibe as governor, Abia Central Campaign Council assures

From TCNEWS

The Abia Central Campaign Council of Prof. Gregory Ibe has envisioned a generation of empowered and empathetic young people, who will unite together for a real chance of solving the problems that plague Abia State in 2023.

To this end, they encouraged the youths and people of Isialangwa North L.G.A, to massively vote for Prof Gregory Ibe, the All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA governorship candidate as his administration will birth a new generation of leaders, innovators and creatives in a changed Abia.

Addressing the people of Umuha ward 9 in Ekwu-Uratta; Osusu ward 4 in Umungasi-Osusu village hall; Salvation Secondary School, Obikabia in Ngwa-Ukwu ward 5; and Amaogwugwu-Ihie village hall in Ihie ward 6, Isialangwa North L.G.A of Abia State  respectively, during the ward tour of Prof Greg Ibe campaign council, the Director of Special Duties, Mr. Charles Ukeagu, observed that about 78 per cent of Abians were unhappy and in a state of despondency due to poor living conditions and general state of affairs in the State.

Ukeagu who said he has come to provoke the people for a positive action, cautioned electorates to place priority on credible and competent candidate, of which Prof. Ibe stand qualified, while making a choice instead of political parties.

He advised the people to be wary of politicians who offer them money to be voted for and “as soon as they get the power, their pursuit has always been to recoup the money they have spent in the name of doing good”.

He warned that such politicians will completely abandon their manifestos and all the promises made during campaign and focus on themselves and their families.

Ukeagu said Abians ought to have learnt their lessons and in this forthcoming election vote for integrity, a change and a better Abia.

“2023 governorship election is very critical to all lovers of good leadership, development and progress of Abia, and at this point of monumental decay, and saddening bad governance only the best candidate is required for Abia State’s redemption.

“Abia State, belongs to all of us , let us make a decisive change of government. I have come to provoke all of you, and not to beg you to vote for Professor Gregory Ibe. All I ask you all to do, is to do the right thing on the 11th of March 2023 and vote in Professor Greg Ibe, the best for the job. So as electorate I want you to make a positive statement with your PVCs”.

Lending his voice, Mr. Allison Chidi Christopher, APGA Isialangwa North LG Chairman encouraged his people to arm themselves with their Permanent Voter Cards and during the polls, religiously use it to vote for Prof. Ibe, who remains the solution to Abia headaches.

His words, “We have come to till the ground, once we start our campaign, every other parties in the State will be shut down. Prof. Ibe is the best amongst all the guber candidates in Abia. He is a philanthropist and great humanitarian of note; an entrepreneur and accomplished personality who has not come to enrich himself but to selflessly serve to make Abia great again”.

Also speaking, the APGA Zonal Chairman, Abia South, Chief Lucky Erondu who decried the state of Abia in the past 23, conveyed the message of hope to the people which has been divinely ushered in by God through the birth of Bimodal Verification Accreditation System, BVAS.

He encouraged the people to rise up and join Prof. Ibe and APGA to make Abia great, as the era of election results writing and other malpractices have been buried through the new electoral act.

Mr. Chinweikpe Nwala APGA Ward chairman, Umuha ward 9; Osusu ward 4 Chairman, Mr. Friday Nneji, Mrs Charity Job ward 4 woman leader; Deacon Uchechukwu Jonah , Ngwa-Ukwu ward 5 Chairman, Mr. Richard Ohuonu; Nze Nwatu; Ihie ward 6 Chairman, Chiemela Anyanwu among others respectively maintained that the era of encouraging mediocrity, ineptitude and nonperformance in government is over, as they have resolved to vote in transparency, accountability and God fearing leaders into elective positions in 2023.

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