The Young Progressives Party, (YPP) has successfully conducted her state Congress to elect the state executives of the party.

The event was held at Umuawa Alaoch, Umuahia North Local Government Area of Abia state on Saturday had large turnout of party faithfuls.

The direct primary election produced 3 delegate per ward , 1 chairman, 1 secretary and 1 women leader.

Hon. Nelcinn Uluocha who was previously appointed as the party Chairman was officially returned as elected Chairman of Abia YPP, while Uzodian Nwoko was elected as the state secretary of the party.

PHOTO: Hon. Nelcinn Uluocha, YPP elected Chairman.

According to the YPP chairman, Hon. Nelcinn Uluocha who spoke to correspondence after the election affirmed the successful conduct of the congress which he said was held in a peaceful and orderly atmosphere were members conducted themselves to achieve the success.

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Speaking about the adjustment in the timetable of the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC), on how it affects the party positively, Hon Nelcinn said it’s an advantage for the party and commended INEC for the adjustment which will now allow the party to tidy up things administratively.

In his words: “We have really adjusted and our party members are happy with the INEC timetable adjustment and willing to follow INEC guidelines in the election process.”

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Hon. Nelcinn also revealed that because of the adjustment by INEC, the YPP primary election is now scheduled to hold on June 2, 2022.

Hon. Nelcinn advised all Abians to go and get their PVC ready for the election and also make urgent effort to get registered with YPP.

He also added that YPP in Abia state is calm and calculated while making comparison with other political parties in the state where descripancy rocks their various camps.

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