APGA board directors embrace, promise support for Greg Ibe as true guber competitor (Abia 2023)
The Chairmen of the All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA, in the 17 Local Government Areas of Abia State, have taken on, and promised their determined help for the party’s governorship banner carrier in the 2023 political decision, Professor Greg Ibe.
Ascending from a crisis meeting in Umuahia yesterday, the Local Government party Chairmen, asked every one of the people who lost at the May 29 governorship primaries to pull out each forthcoming case at the court and set up their help behind the party’s competitor right away.
The group of Local Government Chairmen of APGA, portrayed the governorship primaries as the most serene and valid since the historical backdrop of APGA in the state, and encouraged all candidates to acknowledge the decision of the agents with sincere intentions.
They expressed that since Professor Ibe arose as the decision of the representatives, the collection of APGA Council Chairmen had no choice except for to embrace him, promising to persevere relentlessly in guaranteeing his victory at the 2023 survey.
The LG party Chairman who said they had the sponsorship of all the ward Chairmen across the expressed cautioned that they wouldn’t endure any activity by anyone thought to nullify the electing fortunes of the party in 2023.
As per a dispatch gave after their gathering, the movement for Ibe’s reception was moved by Chief Nkem Ogwo (Ukwa East LGA Chairman), and backed by Comrade Sylvester Okafor (Umunneochi).
The dispatch made accessible to Vanguard papers read to some extent: ” We the group of Local Government Chairmen of APGA vow that our unalloyed reliability for our party’s banner carrier, Greg Ibe is holy and unavoidable.
“We note that Professor Greg Ibe arose as our party’s competitor in accordance with our party’s constitution and INEC rules at the governorship primaries hung on May 29.
” We proclaim that the essential prospered in a climate of inner vote based system until recently strange to APGA in Abia State. Hence, every one of the people who lost ought to combine efforts with the champ and work for the triumph of our extraordinary party in 2023.
” All defendants against individuals’ command are compassionately encouraged to sheath their swords for Abians and mankind.”
Teacher Ibe had gotten 283 out of the 482 complete votes cast to arise the banner conveyor at the primaries held at Kolping Society Umuahia.
Etigwe Uwa, SAN, came next with 148 votes while Gen. Ijioma N Ijioma (retd), came third with 36 votes.
Boss Chikwe Udensi came last with just 12 votes while three votes were voided.
While Uwa had a handshake with the champ, Ijioma and Udensi later said they had gone to court to challenge the result of the activity.