Non performing APC govs can’t oust APGA in Anambra — Ezeonwuka
The spiritual leader of the Igbo nation and Chieftain of All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) Chief Rommy Ezeonwuka (Ogilisi Igbo) has stipulated that non-performing governors under All Progressive Congress (APC) cannot orchestrate the end of a super performing APGA in Anambra State.
This, according to Chief Ezeonwuka, is because they have nothing on ground to campaign and convince Ndi Anambra to vote for APC.
Reacting to insinuation making round on social media that the national ruling party, has perfected arrangements to unleash 23 APC governors to oust APGA and take over The Light of the State, Ezeonwuka argued that APC is neither popular nor acceptable enough to even win a ward councillorship election in Anambra State, besides no reasonable person will listen to APC governors that are owing salary with porous security situation and high unemployment rates in their States.
He added: “Go and check the records, APC has never won election in any ward in Anambra State since the inception of the party, so forget about APC governors they can’t do much to defeat APGA that is strongly rooted with track records of superlative performance cutting across tight security, steady payment of workers, an international cargo airport and road construction to mention but a few.
“APGA commands strong base to win election in Anambra anytime any day. Where is APC support base in Anambra State?
“APC doesn’t have support base and if they have it in mind to write results and declare the candidate of the party as winner of the election, they should forget it because such kangaroo election cannot work in Anambra.
“Such a kangaroo election can only work within APC where someone emerged as governorship candidate without votes
The Ogilisi Igbo however, made a fresh case for total removal of dead bodies in cold rooms across Igboland particularly in Anambra State ahead of the election.
He warned that the souls of those dead bodies languishing in mortuary might impact negative development on the November 6 governorship election in Anambra State