ANAMBRA State Chairman of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Nobert Obi has advised politicians to avoid acts capable of creating unnecessary tension in the polity ahead of the 2023 general elections.
Sir Obi, who gave the advice in Awka, said winning elections should not be seen as do or die affair, even as he expressed satisfaction with the successful conduct of the party’s primary elections which produced APGA flag-bearers at various categories of the general elections and attributed the success to the party’s strict adherence to its constitution and provisions of the Electoral Act and guidelines.
He urged those who lost in the exercise to accept the outcome with spirit of sportsmanship and support those elected to win the coming elections while those who scaled through should extend hands of fellowship to others to maintain a united front and go to the election as a family.
The chairman expressed confidence that the party has bright prospects in the coming elections because of the culture of good governance entrenched by the APGA administrations over the years, noting that the party’s representatives at the state and National Assemblies would support Governor Chukwuma Soludo to achieve his vision for the state and the Southeast zone.
He called on members of the party and other stakeholders to mobilise people in their areas to register and collect their Permanent Voter Cards to equip themselves properly for the elections.