The Young Progressives Party (YPP) in Abia State has held and concluded the party”s congress across all 17 local government areas of Abia State.

The congress was held on Wednesday in a peaceful and coordinated environment across all YPP’ offices and approved venues in all local government areas of Abia state.

According to the Abia state YPP chairman, Hon. Uluocha Nelcinn, “the congress went smoothly as all delegates conducted themselves and expressed enthusiasm to work hard for the party in other to achieve a better Abia.

PHOTO: Uluocha Nelcinn Abia YPP chairman.

“They Expressed readiness by electing their exco’s peacefully across the wards and LGA’s.” Hon. Nelcinn said.

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While calling on Abians to join the moving train of YPP, Nelcinn revealed that over 20,000 membership cards of YPP has been exhausted while more 40,000 membership cards has been printed and more demand is called for.

In his own words: “So far from January 2022 till now we have exhausted 20,000 YPP membership cards and as at the end of March we have printed 40,000 membership cards, and now some LGA’s are requesting for more membership cards, this shows that YPP is growing exponentially in Abia. Right now we have involved serious personalities in Abia.”

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Hon. Nelcinn also added that YPP has two gubernatorial aspirant ready to slug for the party’s ticket to fly the party’s flag for the 2023 Abia guber election.

“Right now we have two guber aspirants, We have Onyekwere Akym Uche who defected from PDP and Chief James Anyaogu, a technocrat from Bende. I can assure you that two more will defect before the end of next week.” Hon. Nelcinn said.

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