An All Progressives Congress (APC) leader, Chief Ikechi Emenike, has said Abia State members of the party must disregard their differences to ensure the success of the ongoing revalidation and registration of members in the state.
Emenike stated this when he launched a statewide sensitization and mobilization campaign on the exercise in his Umuakabia Okpualla country home in Umuahia North local government area, adding that they must brace up for it.
He told the participants, who were drawn from the 184 Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) wards in the 17 local government areas of the state, that the task before them is to ensure the success of the exercise.
The founding member of the party, therefore challenged every member of the party to spread the message to every nook and cranny of the state so that at the end, the state will be accounted among those with largest members.
According to him, the exercise has provided not only the people of the state, but the entire Igbo nation the opportunity to move into the mainstream of the party, “to position themselves fully in it’s affairs, especially at the national level.”
He challenged the Revalidation and Membership Committee to be through in the discharge of their duty and to report their observation about the party in the state and the members appropriately to the national headquarters, Abuja.
In his address, the chairman of the committee, Ambassador Bala Mairiga said their prime duty is to register as many members as possible to give the people a voice in the party, sensitize and prepare them for the 2023 general election.
Mairiga added that if the people are desirous of a change in the leadership of the state, they must begin by belonging to a strong political platform upon which they will launch the attack “to liberate themselves from the present misrule.”
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