Anambra State Deputy Governor, Onyekachukwu Ibezim, has charged the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) stakeholders to work towards ensuring peace and unity among themselves.
Dr. Ibezim, stated this during a meeting with APGA stakeholders and Ward Chairmen from Anambra East and West, Njikoka, Anaocha and Dunukofia Federal Constituencies at the Government House, Awka.
Dr Ibezim emphasised that peace and unity are things that enable any society to conquer, noting that APGA is known for peace.
Dr. Ibezim charged the party members to work with unity and togetherness so as to create more awareness about the party as the party is already known for its good works.
Appealing to aggrieved members of the party to forgive their offenders for the sake of their love for the party, he encouraged all APGA flag bearers to identify with their constituents and make peace where necessary.
Member, representing Anambra East and West Federal Constituency, Chinedu Obidigwe, who is also the APGA flag bearer for the onstituency in the forthcoming election, expressed gratitude to God for the gift of life, saying that the meeting is a great development as it created room for reconciliation, peace and unity among the party faithful.
Obidigwe urged ndi Anambra to vote massively for APGA in the fourth coming election because the APGA-led government has done credible works for the state.
House of Assembly member representing Njikoka 2 Constituency and also the APGA flag bearer for Njikoka and Dunukofia Federal Constituency, Pete Ibida, appreciated the state government for organising the meeting which he said was crucial in the party’s preparation for the forthcoming general elections.
” With this kind of reconciliatory meeting, let’s s put the past behind us and encourage ndi Anambra to continue to show love to APGA in all elections”.