… APGA holds the key to ending marginalization of the people of South East Nigeria
The Leader of the “South East Is APGA” Campaign, Rtn. Ifeanyi Aniagoh has described the success of Chief Sir Victor Umeh in yesterday’s Senatorial election rerun held in Anambra State as a victory for the Igbo nation.
In a special congratulatory message to the senator elect, Aniagoh explained that the election of Chief Umeh will not only serve the interest of the people of his senatorial district but would give prominence to the Igbo Project starting with his trademark long red cap.
“Chief Umeh is a man known for his long red cap, an identity that stands him out as a typical Igbo son who is proud of his origin… He won’t stop at representing ndi Anambra Central but his presence will heavily project the Igbo project.
“His impact within few weeks at the National Confab confirms his quality, a courageous leader with in-depth knowledge of the law.”
Aniagoh assured that Umeh will exceed people’s expectations and reiterated that APGA is favoured to take over the South East States.
“Umeh as a Senator will deliver on his promises and perform beyond expectations. His presence will also awaken other voices in the Senate just as his election has affirmed the fact that South East is APGA.
“Our people now understand that embracing APGA is the only way to end the marginalization of the people of South East. That’s why we recorded a 21-over-21 flawless victory last year and now we have a Senator Elect winning in all the Polling Units. First in history!
“With APGA in all the South East States, ndi Igbo are sure of good governance and a rapid regional development as being witnessed in Anambra State today.
“So, as a people with one voice United in APGA, we can easily reach out and take what belongs to us in the national equation.
“We have the number, we have the economic power and the geniuses required of a nation. All we lack is unity of purpose and that is what APGA has brought to us.”
Aniagoh thanked the people of Anambra Central for standing up for the only party that gives voice to ndi Igbo.
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