Anambra Guber: APGA Is The Party To Beat, Says Victor Oye

By David Okpokwasili

With the November Six gubernatorial election in Anambra State less than fifty five days away, the National Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, Chief Victor Oye says the party has no contenders in the race.

In an exclusive interview with the Anambra Broadcasting Service at his residence in Amawbia, Awka South Local Government Area, Chief Oye said the candidate of the party, Professor Chukwuma Soludo has no equals among the litany of candidates gunning for the Agu Awka Seat of power when measured on the basis of track records, wide experience and versatility in public service and administration.

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Chief Oye described the party as the last hope for Ndị Anambra and Ndị Igbo and stated that the party’s manifesto through verifiable results of good governance through all sectors of the economy are obvious.

He said that the new Anambra International Passenger and Cargo Airport is the highpoint of the development achievements of the present administration and the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, expressing the confidence that the new Airport when it starts full operations will have multiplier effects on the economy of the state, improving the living standard of the people and boost internally generated Revenue.

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Reacting to the numerous victories he secured at the different courts in the country that reasserted him as the National Chairman of the party, Chief Oye clarified that the party remains united and will go to the polls assured of victory.

He said that the “alleged” defection of some members of the Anambra State Assembly Members of the party to the All Progressives Congress as they have not truely “resigned” their membership of APGA will not affect the victory that the party will record at the guber poll.

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