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The All Progressives Congress, APC, Enugu State chapter has passed a vote of confidence on its 2019 governorship candidate, Sen. Ayogu Eze for being a blessing to the party since he joined the party.

In a statement jointly signed by the APC State Caretaker Chairman, Dr. Ben Nwoye, APC Local Government Area Caretaker Chairman, Mr. Desmond Ayogu and the APC Ward Seven Igbo Eze North LGA Caretaker Chairman, Mr. Nduka Obeta, the party described Sen. Eze as a grassroots politician who has brought his wealth of experience and knowledge to help develop the party and widen its appeal and popularity within Enugu State and the South East geopolitical zone.

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Thanking Sen. Eze for his contributions to the APC, the party observed that he has always identified with the party in all its programmes and activities, noting that the senator has always put the party very high in his scale of activities and has been one of the party faithfuls that has never missed any opportunity to identify with the party and her members during festivities and at times of adversity.

The party further commended Sen. Eze for being level headed and loyal to the party in all his dealings, noting that he worked assiduously with other party members to assist the committee sent to Enugu State for the recently concluded registration exercise, led by Sen. Jonathan Zwingina, to conduct an outstanding exercise.

The party statement told Sen. Eze that as the leader of the party in Enugu State all eyes were on him to continue to mobilise the party for the coming congresses and national convention and the 2023 general elections, noting that he should be prepared to work with other leaders of the party to ensure the party takes over the government of Enugu State at the next polls.

The vote of confidence was addressed to the National Chairman of the APC Caretaker and National Convention Committee, Governor  Buni Mai Mala.

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