Hon. Emeka Atuma, Abia central senatorial candidate of the All Progressives Congress(APC) and his campaign team visited the Isialangwa north and south local government area of the state to create awareness on the need and strategy to win all elective positions in the state.

Hon. Atuma and his team were on Thursday receive by the party’s local government executives, ward chairmen, party faithful’s and supporters.

On his arrival at isialangwa south, the party’s LGA chairman Nze Ngọzi Anyanwoko welcomed Hon. Atuma and his campaign team to the local government. Same receptive gesture was displayed by Mr Augustine Amalagha of isialangwa north LGA.

In his introductory speech, Hon. chidi Nwosu addressed the crowd on the reason for the visit, which he gave as to familiarize with the local government excos and the ward leaders as well as to present to them Hon. Emeka Atuma, the senatorial candidate for Abia central APC.

The Director general of Grace Movement for Hon. Emeka Atuma for senate, the former speaker of Abịa state House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Martins Azubuike advised the party faithfuls to do the needful in order to deliver the mandate of the party.

During his speech, the former state chairman of APC in Abia State Hon. Donatus Nwakpa admonished the LGA chairmen, stakeholders, ward chairmen and excos to work in synergy. He also stated that as a strategy of mobilizing the grassroots into politics, they need to work from wards to LGA in order to deliver the party in their different levels.

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Hon. Nwankpa also stated that all the party needs is 5/5 that is a mandate to win all elective positions in the state, which is the House of Assembly seat, House of representatives, senate, governorship and the presidential election.

In his speech Hon Emeka Atuma, recognized and appreciated the party leaders of the LGA and ward levels while giving kudos to party faithfuls of isialangwa north and south for turning out in their large numbers to honour the call for better representation and the task to ensure a landslide victory come 2023.

He went forward to assure the party Chairmen, stakeholders, ward leaders and excos of isialangwa north and south that he is going bringing the dividend of democracy to the people of Abia central senatorial zone through quality and effective representation.

He further stated that the mandate is for the good people of isialangwa north and south and Abịa central. He solicited for the harmony and synergy between the excos and the party structures in order to get a landslide victory for the party in 2023.

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He mandated the party’s LGA’s chairmen and their excos to set up polling unit executives or committee, whose core mandate is to deliver on every polling unit.

He reassured them that he is at the service to the people of Abia central if elected come 2023.

The youths leader, women leader and the LGA chairmen, assured Hon. Emeka Atuma of their unwavering support.all through the campaigns and polls.

During his remarks at isialangwa south, chief Okechukwu Anyim, made a passionate appeal, and solicited for party cohesion, which he stated that the APC candidate should work in synergy with the guber candidate and others contesting under the platform of the APC in the state.

In his responds Hon. Emeka Atuma emphasized that there is no faction in Abia APC. He also revealed that they regularly have meetings in order to strategize on how to win all the elective positions come 2023.

The convener, Tinubu campaign organization, Hon. prince Leo onyekwere enweremadu, in his remark assured Hon. Emeka Atuma of the votes of the people of isialangwa north.

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