The Abia state factional chapter of the All Progressives Congress led by Iheanacho Obioma on Thursday held a stakeholders meeting assuring members of their attaining victory at last in reposition the party to claim the gubernatorial sit in the next general election.
Also part of the meeting was a chieftain of the party, Etigwe Uwa SAN. He expressed optimism that members will emerge victory at last no matter how long it takes.
He warned them against wavering in their stand for the party but to be steadfast and unshakable irrespective of the discrepancies facing the party.
The party chairman, represented by his deputy, Odi Nwagbara, called for unity amongst them which he stressed is the tool to enthrone APC in Abia.
In his submission, the former state chairman of the party, Donatus Nwankpa called on the members to remain focused and work for the good of the party.
Nwankpa urged them to jettison what he described as Biafra mentality of sabotage among big wig members of the party adding that no one has denied his membership of the party since it was published to authenticate its true members while assuring them of a favourable outcome of the national convention.
In his submission, former, speaker, Abia State House Of Assembly, Rt. Hon Stanley Ohajiriuka said no one should pride himself in certificate of return without oath of office.
Also contributing was senator Chris Adighije. He decried the troubles in APC across different states but affirmed an end to it has come.
Earlier, former chief judge in Abia state, Sunday Imo appreciated every one for their turn up and prayed for their continued support.
The All Progressives Congress is among the APC states with trying times battling with factional and leadership tussle in the state.
Recall that the Abia APC had been divided between the Emenike group and the faction led former state Chairman, Nwankpa.
The Nwankpa faction, which comprise Senators Orji Uzor Kalu, Nkechi Nwaogu, Chris Adighije as well as Prince Ben Apugo, Ben Kalu, Acho Obioma, among others, did not participate in the congress which produced Late Deacon Enyinnaya Harbour as state chairman of the party.