Barely a day to the 2019 general election, eleven political parties have adopted the Candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) for Senate Anambra Central, Senator Uche Ekwunife as its candidate for Anambra Central Senatorial seat.
The parties led by their Chairmen resolved to adopt Senator Uche Ekwunife’s candidacy based on her antecedents, political experience and the tremendous goodwill she has garnered from years of selfless public service
The conference of the political which includes ACCORD, GPN, NCP, BNPP, AGAP, PRP, NEPP, UPN, ADP, RP, NNPP noted that Senator Ekwunife more than any other candidate represents the collective interest of the people of Anambra Central.
Speaking to newsmen, the Chairman of ACCORD party, one of the parties that adopted Senator Ekwunife, Chief Prince Bartholomew noted that Senator Uche Ekwunife remains a unifying figure in Anambra Central. According to Chief Bartholomew, his party ACCORD after evaluating Senator Ekwunife’s stance on national issues and issues concerning Anambra Central considered her the candidate of choice.
Also reacting to the adoption, the State Chairman of the All Grand Alliance Party (AGAP), Hon. Barr. Sylvester Okeke described AGAP’s decision to adopt Ekwunife as a unanimous one. According to Barr. Okeke, Senator Ekwunife has by her antecedents, strong and consistent record of achievements shown herself to be a character for legislative and representative pursuit.
Okeke urged the people of Anambra Central to key into the vision of this eleven political parties who have today adopted Senator Ekwunife as their Senatorial Candidate for Anambra Central.
Below are the parties and the Names of their Chairmen
Name Party Position
1. Chief Akudo. GPN. Chairman
2.Sir Peter Okala. NCP. Chairman
3Nelson Ihenatuoha. BNPP Chairman
4.Mathias Aninwachukwu. PRP Chairman
5.Mrs Ekeji Justina. NEPP. Chairman
6. Ezeasor Sam UPN Chairman
7. Matthias Ameke. ADP. Chairman
8. Paul Asika. RP. Chairman
9. Hon. John Ojukwu. NNPP. Chairman
10. Prince Bartholomew Accord. Chairman
11. Sylvester Okeke AGAP