…Says party flourishes in South East

By Eleugu Mgbemgasa

The All Progressives Congress (APC), South East National Vice Chairman, Dr. Ijeomah Arodiogbu, says the performance of the party in the 2023 elections in South East is a good omen which he believes will strengthen good governance, social development, economic prosperity, peace, comfort and security in the region.

Speaking in Owerri on Wednesday, the Arondizuogu born political colossus, reflected that the APC led government has good and people oriented policies that improve pure democracy, rule of law, constitutionalism and fairness hence the administration has been able to achieve goodies for the people.

The APC South East National Vice Chairman who posited that the sterling performance and resounding victory of APC at the 2023 February and March elections in the country was as a result of unity of purpose among the party leaders, commitment of members, cooperation of candidates including their democratic ingenuity, commended Governor Hope Uzodimma and others for showing capacity in the elections.

He affirmed that “the APC performance in the South East is commendable. APC is the most popular party in the South East today. APC flourishes in South East. Out of the 5 governors in the South East, 2 are APC and the other 3 political parties are LP, PDP and APGA. The APC won the entire 27 State Assembly in Imo and 2 of the 3 Senatorial Seats. APC won the 3 Senate Seats in Ebonyi State and so on. We are today the most popular party in the zone”.

Arodiogbu added that, “APC’s resounding electoral victory is a sign of good omen for the country. No doubt, it will strengthen good governance, ushers in peace, fairness and security of life and property. The South East is indeed progressing under APC leadership and the values of humanity would be improved upon”.

However, he called on the people to continue to support APC led government so that their needs and aspirations would be roundly advanced, emphasizing that with oneness, understanding, cooperation, peace and security would be the order of the day in the region.

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