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‘Why ACPN’ll unseat APGA’

By Chimaobi Nwaiwu

Allied Congress Party of Nigeria, ACPN has vowed to unseat the incumbent, APGA government accusing it of performing below the expectation of the people of the state.

Standard bearer of ACPN, Comrade Akunwata Ejoor Ojiba in an interview with Vanguard said that the party has resolved to take over the seat of Governor Willie Obiano on November 18, 2017 because the yearnings and expectations of the people of the state have not been met by the APGA government.


“Upon the numerous resources available to the government, our people still lack the basic amenities of life, most homes cannot have access to portable water, no adequate security to attract good investment to the state, no rural infrastructural development, but very selective development policy.”

He said that “by God’s grace, my administration will bring good welfare scheme to take care of our old parents, the unemployed youths, and give real change of life to our people, there will be open door policies that will give our people voice in the governance of their state; real empowerment of our people in all segments, total and even transformation of the state.

will be the order of the day in my administration, and my development plan will cut across the three senatorial zones of the state and no area will be marginalized in terms of development, employment.”

ACPN party leader in the state and Director General of Comrade Akunwata Ojiba Campaign Organization, Hon. Dave Okagbue, said that they will shock the candidates of other political parties with a land slide victory at the poll because of the party’s “grassroots structure.’’


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