Anambra 2021: APC Unleashes “Operation Win Your Unit, Door to Door Campaign”

By Ngozi Omah, Awka
Sept 23,2021

Geared towards realizing a landslide victory at the forthcoming November 6 Governorship election in Anambra state, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has commenced a unique grassroots campaign program tagged “Operation win your polling unit/Door to Door campaign”
According to the State Chairman of the party, Chief Basil Ejidike, the outcome of the governorship election will to a large extent determine the fate of Igbo in their quest of producing the next President of Nigeria in the 2023 general election.
Ejidike disclosed that the party’s National leadership earnestly waiting for the remaining three governors in the South East -Govs Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia, Willie Obiano of Anambra, and Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu and to join APC to pave way for the official zoning of the 2023 Presidential slot to the South East.
The state chairman made this disclosure at the APC stakeholder meeting of the 326 Ward Chairmen, 21 Council chairmen of the party in preparation for the formal Campaign flag off, held at Marble Arch Hotel Awka.
Ejidike pointed out that performance of the APC-led Federal Government against the nagging security challenges in the country, the ongoing constructions and rehabilitations of abandoned projects across South East/South South zones, has put the APC in a better stead to win the Anambra poll and the 2023 Presidential election with ease.
“If Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River State (South-South) could joined APC to connect his people to the centre, why cant our remaining South East governors be part of the moving train, specially now that the zone is next to produce President in the coming 2023 Presidential election.
“I am glad to say with a sense of satisfaction that the growing fortunes and unity of the party in Anambra state and the South-east geopolitical zone, in general, has increased our hope for victory. This will no doubt increase our chances of winning the election with a landslide victory.
While appreciating all the aspirants who are still in the party for believing in the supremacy of the party and for their love and commitment to APC, Ejidike reiterated that APC has no crises of any sort whatsoever in the state.
He assured members that the dividends of commitment and reward system will not elude anyone who worked assiduously in the course of winning the coming Governorship election.
He also urged members to accept the outcome of the party primary election which Senator Andy Uba, emerged as Candidate, noting that the party remained supreme. He added that the capacity of the party to win the November 6, election is not in doubt as many personalities are now joining the party.
Also a stalwart of the party and Chief Executive of SACON Group, Chief Sam Okey Nwosu described the party’s governorship flagbearer, Sen Andy Uba as a superlative choice that will transform the state.
He cautioned Anambra electorates to vote massively for Sen Uba, urging them to ignore all lies and smear campaign by political opponents who always cook up whatever they like against a strong contender like Sen Andy Uba, especially because he is a quiet person.
On APC led FG, Chief Nwosu said that “A government is always measured through infrastructural development, economy and security, in all these sectors, APC government has done relatively well.
“The second Niger Bridge is 95 percent completion. Out of the twenty years of Nigeria’s democracy, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was in power for sixteen years, the South East was totally abandoned except for appointments. Now APC government is working on eighty eight kilometer Enugu-Onitsha express way.
“The 242km Enugu-PortHarcourt Highway is also receiving attention, for me, the South East has benefitted more from APC government than it does when PDP was in power for sixteen years.” Chief Nwosu stated.
The popular international business executive said that the Anambra State governorship election is a unique opportunity for Ndi-Anambra

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