Abia 2023: Emenike, Others Assure on APC’s Victory
Emmanuel Ugwu-Nwogo in Umuahia As the people of Abia State are being mobilised for the 2023 general elections, the leader of the state chapter of All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief Ikechi Emeni…
Emmanuel Ugwu-Nwogo in UmuahiaAs the people of Abia State are being mobilised for the 2023 general elections, the leader of the state chapter of All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief Ikechi Emenike, has said that his party was prepared to bring the much needed change in Abia by winning the polls with descent majority votes.
Emenike, who is the Secretary of the Contact/Strategy Committee of the APC, said the party had already gone into the grassroots across all the nooks and crannies of the state to rake up women and youths’ votes in preparation for the great battle to dethrone the ruling Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) in 2023.
According to him, other prominent party chieftains are also deeply involved in the mobilisation, encouraging the party faithful to go down to the suffering Abians in the rural communities with the message of liberation.The APC, according to him, was taking its dragnet to the grassroots in order to amass enough votes with which to win the ruling PDP convincingly in 2023. headtopics.com
“Abia is ripe for change and APC would bring the change by winning the poll with majority decent votes,” adding that “the Almighty God already ordained the coming change in God’s Own State.”According to him, youths and women are the worst hit by the effects of maladministration which has become the lot of Abia for over 20 years now, hence, the need to mobilise them to vote out those responsible for their sufferings.
Emenike, who recently ensured the success of the party’s congresses at the ward, local government and state levels noted that Abia had great potentials but was unlucky to become a victim of bad leaders hell bent on plundering the state instead of using the available resources to develop the state and take good care of the citizenry.
“The unworthy characters who have held Abia down since 24 years ago are still in charge and want to continue in 2023,” urging Abia voters to use their ballots wisely and chase away the ruling PDP in the state.On her part, the Deputy Chief Whip of the House of Representatives, Hon. Nkiruka Onyejeocha, urged the APC members to remain committed and run to the grassroots with the party’s message of change.
Onyejeocha, who is widely respected for her strength of character and prowess in mobilisation at the grassroots, said that the ruling PDP has through its maladministration over the years created the condition that should make the electorate to push them out of Abia Government House, adding that the APC has come to the rescue. headtopics.com
In his remarks, former governorship aspirant, Chief Friday Nwosu, said that Abians should not fold their hands and expect that outsiders would come and liberate them from bad leaders.According to him, a consensus of opinion exists among the people of Abia that the state has remained stagnant while suffering has continued to be the lot of the people hence the clarion call for change.
“Abia has been damaged and we must think of how to repairit,” he said, adding, “Our salvation lies in our hands and we have to fight to liberate ourselves from bad governance.”The main Abia opposition party, which has just emerged from a successful congress from ward to state level, appears to be determined not to give anything a chance in its bid to take control of Abia for the first time come 2023.
In what the APC dubbed ‘mass mobilisation of voters in the grassroots’, the party has set its eyes on youth and women voters with the hope that if it could get this segment of the voting population the table would easily turn against the ruling party.
A series of meetings had been held since Thursday starting from Obingwa local government involving youth and women leaders and stakeholders from the 184 wards and 17 local governments of Abia. The main agenda was to map out effective strategies to adopt in catching the voters in the grassroots. headtopics.comRead more: THISDAY LIVE »
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