2023: South-West Igbo elders back APGA presidential candidate

24/06/2022 6:33:00 PM

Igbo Elders and Leaders in the South West have endorsed the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Prof. Peter Umeadi, for

Igbo Elders and Leaders in the South West have endorsed the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Prof. Peter Umeadi, for the 2023 election.

Igbo Elders and Leaders in the South West have endorsed the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Prof. Peter Umeadi, for

At a reception held in Lagos on Friday to welcome the presidential candidate who is a former Chief Judge of Anambra State, the chairman of the occasion, Eze Lawrence Nnamdi, said Prof. Umeadi and his running mate, Abdullahi Mohammed, have answers to Nigeria’s problems and are prepared to work hard to reposition Nigeria in four years.

In the communique issued after the reception, they said Prof. Umeadi has displayed the highest level of professionalism, courage and incorruptibility expected of a President.The communique read: “We the Igbo elders and leaders in the South-West zone having followed the political trend in our country and its consequences thereof, if not carefully checked, may lead to chaos and the total collapse of our nascent democratic institution in Nigeria.

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At a reception held in Lagos on Friday to welcome the presidential candidate who is a former Chief Judge of Anambra State, the chairman of the occasion, Eze Lawrence Nnamdi, said Prof. Umeadi and his running mate, Abdullahi Mohammed, have answers to Nigeria’s problems and are prepared to work hard to reposition Nigeria in four years. He was speaking at a media briefing with journalists in Abuja, yesterday, saying the South East still has a window of presenting itself as a formidable force in the National Assembly by adopting its traditional party, APGA to speak for the region in parliament. In the communique issued after the reception, they said Prof. “The issue is can Obi get 25 percent especially in the North and South-West? As youths, I am telling you, don’t just jump into what you don’t understand. Umeadi has displayed the highest level of professionalism, courage and incorruptibility expected of a President. “The decision of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to look other ways other than zoning the presidency to the South East is painful especially considering the fact that the South East has been the cornerstone of the PDP since 1999. The communique read: “We the Igbo elders and leaders in the South-West zone having followed the political trend in our country and its consequences thereof, if not carefully checked, may lead to chaos and the total collapse of our nascent democratic institution in Nigeria. Odoh also called on the people of the state to disregard the rumour making the rounds that APGA has no adequate structure to win elections in the state.

“As a result, we welcome the presidential candidate of APGA, a jurist and former Chief Justice of Anambra State, Prof.” RELATED. RELATED. Peter Umeadi and applaud his effort for consulting widely beyond the South East, 19 states in the North, South West and other zones in the country. “Prof. Umeadi and his running mate, Abdullahi Mohammed, have answers to Nigeria’s problems and are prepared to work hard to reposition Nigeria in four years. We have found them the most credible of all the presidential candidates. In this article.

“They have exhibited admirable level of courage by stepping out to contest for Nigeria’s highest political office on APGA platform in the 2023 election. “As a former Chief Judge of Anambra State, Prof. Umeadi displayed the highest level of professionalism, courage and incorruptibility expected of a president. “Prof. Umeadi’s antecedents potrayed him as a detribalised Nigerian with admirers from all parts of Nigeria and therefore will enable him secure votes from the Northern and Southern parts of the country.

We therefore urge Nigerians to give APGA at all levels their support to make him and his running mate realise their dream for the benefit, progressive advancement and progress of Nigeria.” The vice presidential candidate, Abdullahi Mohammed, urged the Igbos to support the candidacy of Umeadi, assuring that he would unite Nigeria. He said, “Nigeria needs people like Professor, someone who will be the mouthpiece of the masses. We must all ensure we have our PVCs. Encourage your people too ensure that they get their PVC.

” Responding, Prof. Umeadi said he was impressed by the reception and solicited the support of Igbos in the South West. “I have not seen this type of gathering before and I am promising you that you will not be disappointed. You came out in your numbers to support me. I am happy with the support from the calibre of people i am seeing.

“I was made a Judge in 1997 and in 2011, I became the Chief Judge of Anambra State. I was the longest serving Chief Judge and afterwards, I became a lecturer from there, I joined APGA and today I am the presidential candidate of the party. “I am here to repair the country and together, we will win the battle. APGA is the first political party to submit it’s running mate and I am confident that APGA will have the highest vote in Nigeria,” he said. Dear Reader, Every day, we work hard to provide readers such as you with the most accurate, up-to-date, and comprehensive information.

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