Anambra State: APGA Candidates Promise Electorate Quality Representation

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Candidates aspiring to the Senate and House of Representatives under the platform of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Anambra state have promised mainstream progressive leadership, if elected, in order to enthrone a better society.

They made the promise in Awka, the state capital, at the official flag-off of the APGA national campaign ahead of the general election slated to hold on the twenty-fifth of February (presidential) and eleventh of March (gubernatorial) respectively.

Speaking shortly after receiving the APGA flag from the governor of Anambra state, Professor Chukwuma Soludo, the member representing Anaocha, Njikoka and Dunukofia Federal Constituency, and APGA candidate for Anambra Central Senatorial District, Honourable Dozie Nwankwo; and the member representing Anambra East and West Federal Constituency, Honourable Chinedu Obidigwe, who is also the APGA candidate for the same position, said that their interest is to continue providing quality representation to their constituents.

The APGA candidate for Idemili North and South Federal Constituency, Chief Ikenna Iyiegbu, and APGA candidate for Njikoka Two Constituency, Chief Jude Akpua, who noted that the party has made tremendous progress in the state, promised to key into the progressive ideology in order to offer their constituents, Anambra state and Nigeria at large their best.

He also promised a better society, focusing on youth educational empowerment as well as improved healthcare system, among others.

The candidates called on eligible voters to vote for APGA in the forthcoming elections.

“We understand the expectations from people and our responsibilities as servants of the people.

“We assure you of an impactful and people-oriented representation,” they said.

On their part, the APGA candidate for Abuja senatorial seat, Chief Anthony Ezekwugo; APGA candidate for Ojo Federal Constituency, Lagos state, Chief ThankGod Ibeh; and the APGA candidate for Idemili South Constituency, Sir Ebuka Igwe, promised not to disappoint the people when voted into office.

They called on people with a progressive mindset to join the APGA in making Anambra state and Nigeria at large a better place.

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