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I remain a staunch member of APC-Ayogu Eze

By Moses Oyediran

Senator Ayogu Eze at the weekend declared that the revalidation of his membership has cleared whatever doubts if he was a member of the All Progressives Congress, APC.

Eze, who was the governorship candidate of APC in the 2019 guber election in Enugu State, stated this shortly after revalidating his membership of the party alongside his wife, Nkechi, at Umuozzi ward 7 in Umuida, Igbo-Eze North Local Government Area of the state.

“The revalidation of my membership today clears every doubt if any. I am a staunch member of the APC.

“I send a strong message; anyone who thinks I belong to any other political party is deceiving himself. I have brought my wife to show that is not divided at all on this as a family.

“I urge the people of Umuida, the people of Igbo-Eze North and Enugu State, in general, to come out en-mass and register,”
Eze, who carried out the exercise in the presence of the chairman of the party’s membership revalidation and registration panel for Enugu State, Senator Jonathan Zwingina, Enugu APC Chairman, Dr. Ben Nwoye, Amb. Fidel Ayogu, among others.

The former Senator quoted the national chairman of the APC caretaker committee chairman as saying that the Igbo would produce the next President.

“The national chairman said yesterday that the APC will give Ndigbo the presidency; I see this as a party that loves our people. So, is there any other thing we want?” He asked, charging the people of the Southeast to get registered with the party.

He added that the party had brought several developmental projects to the region, including the Akanu Ibiam International Airport, which he said received pockets of promises from the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, but there was no action.

Earlier in his remarks, Zwingina said he was delighted that the exercise had gone on smoothly in Enugu State right from the stakeholders meeting held at the onset of the registration.

While assuring the elders of the party that it was not a waste of time, he called on all Nigerians, including civil servants to register, stressing “they are allowed by the Constitution and by the ruling of Supreme Court to belong to political parties.”

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