The Committee screening All Progressives governorship aspirants on Thursday cleared the initial hurdle for Sen Andy Ubah and other 13 aspirants that filed nomination for the Anambra APC primary election.
Chairman of the screening Committee, Ikechi Emenike, who presented the report of the committee to APC Caretaker Committee CECPC Chairman, governor Mai Mala Buni said that the committee successfully screened the 14 aspirants, adding that they all scaled the initial hurdle.
He said the aspirant, having qualified for would now square up against themselves in an open contest.
Chief Ikechi Emenike said the committee “approached this work with the spirit of patriotism, transparency and with an open heart in line with provisions of the Nigerian constitution and the party’s guidelines for the nomination of candidates”.
He added that “Politics is a contest, as long as they are qualified, let them go to the field”.
CECPC National Secretary, Sen. John James Akpanudoedehe who received the report on behalf of the chairman thanked the committee for serving the party.
By clearing all the aspirants,he said the committee has eliminated the need for an Appeal Committee.
Also screened are Nwokafor Amobi Daniel, Hon. Paul Izuchukwuorajiaka; Chief Edozie Madu; Dr. Chidozie Wilson Nwankwo; Mr. Maxwell S. C. Okoye; Col. AVC. Geoff Onyejegbu; Hon. Azuka Uche Okwuosa; Onwa Ikeobasi Mokelu; Igwebuikeifeanyi Hygers; Godwin C Okonkwo (Rev.); Beneth Chukwuogo Etiaba and Onunkwo Johnbosco Obinna.