All Progressives Congress (APC) national vice chairman for the South-East, Mr. Ijeomah Arodiogbu, declared that the party is prepared to win Anambra and every state in the zone, just like it did on Saturday.
This comes as the Imo Inter-party Advisory Council (IPAC) has urged Governor Hope Uzodimma to lead an inclusive administration and congratulated him on his victory.
Arodiogbu informed Owerri newsmen that the party was making a lot of effort to seize control of all of the South East States.
While he expressed his congratulations to Uzodimma on his win, he also revealed that the APC was working tirelessly to seize control of Anambra State and other states in the Southeast.
In order for Ndigbo to stay actively involved in politics and the administration, the APC zonal vice chairman urged them to reject regional prejudices and join the party.
Let the people of Southeast get access to the power at the core, he urged. Furthermore, I have no doubt that the South East will gain more states and support under my direction as the APC National Vice Chairman.
He said that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Labour Party (LP) candidates should support Uzodimma in order to realize their ambitions of becoming Imo, and he announced the party’s readiness to extend fellowship to them.
Arodiogbu added, “The people of Imo State demonstrated they want APC to continue the good work it has been doing in the state.” The party members and the people of Imo State as a whole, he said, were quite pleased with Governor Hope Uzodimma’s election and accomplishment in office. They desire that Senator Hope Uzodinma keep up his outstanding work.
Another news is that Ichie Levi Ekeh, the chairman of the Inter-party Advisory Council (IPAC) for Imo State, has thanked the populace for the peaceful polls that took place in the state.
Ekeh tasked Uzodimma with leading an inclusive government after congratulating him.
“We appeal to the electorate to adopt an inclusive government as much as possible, as that remains a major panacea to a vibrant, robust, and development-oriented government that would surely deliver the dividends of democracy to the good people of Imo state.” he said.
Sheathing their swords, he urged the other state candidates for governor to unite behind “Our support to the incoming administration to further deepen our democracy whilst consolidating on our diverse positive visions towards a better, peaceful, progressive, and boisterous Imo state of our dreams.”