Saturday, 20 December 2014

APGA Flaggs Campaign for 2015 polls

The All Progressive Grand Alliance,APGA, today, formally flagged off political campaign ahead of the 2015 general elections.
Held at Dr. Alex Ekwueme's square in Awka, the party handed over the Party's flag to
its candidates who emerged victorious at the primaries level held recently across the twenty one local government areas of Anambra, even as it vowed to win the contest both in Anambra and beyond.
At the event, Governor of Anambra, Chief Willie Obiano presented the party tickets to Chief Victor Umeh, National Chairman of APGA and the Anambra Central Senatorial candidate of the party, who further assured that they will achieve victory for APGA through the defeat of their opponents.

Senatorial candidates,House of Representatives candidates,as well as 30 House of Assembly candidates, got their tickets as well.
Obiano who presided over the ceremony in his capacity as the Party leader and Chairman of Board of Trustees,in handed over the party flags to the successful candidates, and  charged them to step out and achieve total victory for APGA in the entire contest.

Chief Umeh, while speaking, promised to deliver all the candidates to victory,Obiano said,"It is my honour to present this symbol of victory to a distinguish on of Anambra State,our National Chairman,so that with this flag,he will go out and get us victory".

Obiano also charged the voters in the South East and other parts of the country to vote for President Goodluck Jonathan and the entire APGA candidates for the elections of 2015.
> Umeh who presented a vote of thanks onbehalf of all the
> selected APGA candidates,stated that they will let the party
> down and that they will achieve victory for APGA and win all
> the electoral seats.
> Umeh warned all their opponents that are preparing to field
> multiple candidates to desist from such act,as APGA is now
> ready to push for the disqualification of parties that would
> present multiple candidates for a single electoral post that
> would be competed for next year.
> He implored Anambra Voters to vote for all APGA
> candidates,both at the State and National levels,
> adding that this is necessary for unity of purpose and
> synergy in governent.
> Umeh assured that they are well prepared  for next
> year's elections and that nobody can beat them.
> The successful candidates who were given the APGA flags
> were
> Engr Ernest Ndukwe,South Senatorial Zone candidate,Chief
> Dubem Obaze,Norh Senatorial Zone candidate,Princess Chinwe
> Nwaebili,Ogbaru House of Reps Candidates,Chief Godson
> Ezenagu,
> Awka South and North House of Reps candidate and Dr Hygers
> Ifeanyi Igwebuike,the Orumba North and South House of Reps
> candidates,among others.



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