Ifeanyi Ubah: Am In APC to Rescue Anambra From 20 Years Political Stagnation

The Senator representing Anambra South Senatorial District, Senator Dr Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah has said he joined the All Progressives Congress (APC) to bring meaningful development to Anambra State that has eluded the state for the past 20 years.

He regretted that the state has been politically stagnant for 20 years under the grip of the ruling All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), but now he is in APC to help connect Anambra to the centre to actualize meaningful but sustainable development to the state as the gateway to the Southeast.

Senator Ubah stated this in Awka during an event organised by APC, Anambra State Chapter to welcome him, Senator Uche Lilian Ekwunife, their supporters and other new members into the party.

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He lambasted Governor Charles Chukwuma Soludo for failure to conduct Local Government election after two years in power, against what he promised Ndi Anambra during the 2021 Governorship election.

According to him, it is incapacity for a leader not to provide opportunities for his teeming youths, stressing that 1youth,2skills of Soludo administration is a mere jamboree.

Also speaking, Senator Uche Ekwunife thanked the APC party faithful for accepting them into the fold and promised that she would do her best to ensure that the party gains traction in the state.

She however called on party faithful to support the drive to move the party forward in the state with the aim to galvanise the party towards truly connecting to the centre.

While welcoming the new members into APC, the State Chairman of the party, Chief Basil Ejidike expressed happiness to receive such personalities with great political pedigree into their fold and called on them to be diligent in propagating the internal harmony of the party in Anambra state.

He called for unity, commitment and discipline in the party and frowned at indiscipline, anti-party sentiments and disloyalty to party leaders in order to properly reposition APC in the state.

Chief Ejidike reiterated that the reward system in the party will be enhanced to sustain trust and therefore pleaded for federal government appointments, which he said before now, have been given to non-APC members in the state.

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