‘APGA ‘ll win more states’

By IAfrica
In Nigeria
Jul 23rd, 2014
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The National Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief Victor Umeh has charged members to gird their loins, saying the party will win more states in the next general elections.

He said efforts aimed at repositioning the party for the impending elections in 2015 would be intensified.

Umeh spoke in Abuja at a ceremony marking the inauguration of the 21-member Caretaker Committee for Imo State by the party’s National Working Committee (NWC).

The APGA Chairman said: “We are working hard to make sure that we take back our mandate in Imo State. Do not allow your personal interest to hinder the job you need to do. You are to work for the party and not for any individual.

“The leadership of the party is working hard to win more state in the 2015 and we are not leaving any stone unturned. Open doors to everybody who want to join the party for progress. There are many people who were disappointed and want to join; please embrace them. If we do not win elections, the party will die and we do not want that to happen.

“Following the dissolution of the Caretaker Committee of our party in Imo State by the National Working Committee at its meeting at the National secretariat on June 24, 2014, the NWC at its meeting of July 11, 2014 reconstituted and approved the following membership of the Caretaker Committee in Imo State, pending the conduct of the next state congress.”

Former Commissioner in the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Peter Ezeobi, is the chairman of the caretaker committee.

Other members of the committee include: Deputy Chairman, Dr. David Iwuagwu; State Secretary Victor Chidi Diala; Vice Chairman Okigwe; Chief Ben Ogbuehi; Vice Chairman Orlu Sir Eugene Obi; Vice Chairman Owerri Dr. Chima Nwosu; Organising Secretary Chief John Iwuala; and Women Leader, Mrs Uche Duruzoe Agbasi.

Others are: Treasurer Jerry Okoro; Legal Adviser Mr. Ikechukwu Ikeji; Assistant Secretary, Pastor Innocent Udunwoke; State Auditor, Obinna Ibe; Assistant Organizing Secretary Emeka Diwe; Assistant Publicity Secretary George Nkworji; Assistant Treasurer Uzozie Gregory; Youth leader Emeka Nwankwo; Financial Secretary Hon. Damian Oguh; Assistant Youth Leader Hon. Ray Chukwuma Metu; State Welfare Secretary Lady Bernadeh Omeiri; Assistant State Auditor  Stephen Anugom; Ex-Officio Members are: Mrs. Chika Ononiwu, Evan Nwakanma, Chief Solomon Eze, Chief Eugene Nzeme and Mr. Okeke Uvhenna Cyprian.

The NWC had on June 24 dissolved the previous caretaker committee in the state.

 

 

 


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