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Don’t be manipulated on election day – APGA Reps candidate advices Awka citizens



Candidate of All Progressing Grand Alliance (APGA) for Awka North and South Federal Constituency, Obi Nwankwo has urged the people of his constituency not to allow themselves to be confused or manipulated over their choice of person while casting their votes.

Nwankwo who gave this advise at the end of the year get-together of Sunshine Network Support Group Grassroot Evangelism, Ezinator Chapter, at Vertex View, Nibo, charged Awka citizens to ensure their votes speak their minds at all costs without mixed feelings.

He noted that the forum is the best means of reaching out to the grassroots for sensitising the masses on their rights towards exercising their franchise and choice of persons before hand without compromising.

The APGA candidate however, promised never to disappoint them if given the opportunity and prayed that God should continue to strengthen them with love and unity for positivity.

“People should stop quarelling or fighting over unnecessary things all in the name of possessing power. After all, i have tested the position of Commissioner for Environment and Utilities with an excellent track record of performance and innovation in Anambra State. What matters is not the office you occupied but what you could achieve or impact created”.

“2023 election is going to be critical because it is not going to be only for our constituency but also for our country, Nigeria. Therefore, everyone must be involved. Mobilise your friends and family members to vote wisely. We have enough plans to care for both the young ones and the elderly through strong partnerships with both the state and federal institutions”.

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