By Chijindu Emeruwa, Abia.
A chieftain of the All Progressive Grand Alliance from Southeast region, and Business Mogul, Chief Gregory Nwachukwu has reacted to the outcome of the just concluded gubernatorial primary election of the party conducted in the state.
Recall that the Founder and Chancellor Gregory University Uturu, Abia State, Professor Gregory Ikechukwu Ibe (OFR), was declared the winner of the APGA governorship primaries concluded in the state on Sunday.
He won the primary election with 283 votes, followed by Uwa Etigwe, with 148 votes, and Chief Chikwe Udensi came last with 14 votes cast.
Reacting, the APGA chieftain, Gregory Nwachukwu, congratulated the gubernatorial candidate, Professor Gregory Ikechukwu Ibe, on his well-deserved victory in Sunday’s primary election.
Nwachukwu who doubled as the Chairman and Founder Grassroots Social Club For Good Governance, expressed confidence that Professor Ibe will uphold the principles of governance of the party, adding that the APGA governorship standard bearer will build necessary and meaningful developmental projects across the stratas of Abia state.
According to the Abia party stalwart, “it is my prayer that the almighty be his ultimate guide in taking the state to the next level in respect to the socio-economic transformation of Abia.
He called on eligible citizens of Abia state to go get their Permanent Voters Cards (PVC) at points or units designated by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for the onging registration and revalidation execrise, to enable them execrise their franchise, tilted at providing the needed and basic dividends of democracy to every doorsteps of the people of Abia State, and as well, to enhance their development and welfares.
“PVC is the only power and weapon the citizenry have to enthrone purposeful and visionary leadership at all levels of governance in Abia state, and also we use the PVC to remove those that have failed to use their elective positions, to raise the bar in the economic and Infrastructural development of the state come 2023 main general election”.