January 31, 2023 9:31 pm

Remain focused, strong and faithful, we’ll take over the government in 2023, Abia APC chieftain, Prof. Abarikwu assures electorate, supporters

…Insists that High Chief Emenike is the Abia APC guber candidate


A major stakeholder of the All Progressives Congress, APC in Abia State, Prof. Okezie Abarikwu has said that it is too early for Chief Uche Ogah to have staged a public display of jubilation for verdict that will not survive the heat of the sun.

Prof. Okezie Abarikwu

He therefore encouraged the well-meaning Abians and loyalists of High Chief Ikechi Emenike not to be discouraged but to keep hope alive as there will be a paradigm shift in 2023, where responsibility and accountability will be done hand in hand to create a new governance structure in Abia.

Recall that while Emenike who emerged through an indirect primary mode was recognized by the national leadership of APC as the party’s candidate, Ogah was some days back declared “the rightful candidate” by Justice Binta Nyako of the Federal High Court Abuja.

In his message of hope to Abians made known to our correspondent in Umuahia, Prof. Abarikwu said, “There’s no other APC candidate in Abia State apart from High Chief Ikechi Emenike.

“I want to send this message of hope to every lover of good things in Abia State that there is no judgement that will truncate that of the Appellate Court that has earlier ruled in favour of High Chief Ikechi Emenike on this governorship matter”.

He urged the supporters to remain strong and faithful and assured that at the long run that High Chief Emenike will be the next governor of Abia State in 2023.

Prof. Abarikwu disclosed that a rally that will shake the entire state will be held on the 7th day of December, 2022 in honour of the High Chief Emenike, adding that after that rally, Abians will truly know that the APC candidate is coming to take over the State for good.

He pointed out that the stakeholders of the party have been touring the nooks and crannies of the State, educating the voters on the need to be armed with their Permanent Voter Cards and during the election day vote confidently and wisely in order to rebuild and develop Abia.

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