The former COAS, Ihejirika, joined the APC in Abia
The head of the Congress of All Progressives (APC) in the state of Anambra, the head of Edith-Mike Ejezie, said that only the party can guarantee the emergence of the Southeast in the position of President of Nigeria in 2023.
Ejezie gave that belief yesterday by addressing her supporters shortly after the revalidation of her APC membership at Ihite Ward 4, the Ihiala council in Anambra.
She accused APC members and people from Anambra of securing the victory of the party in the state’s gubernatorial elections on November 6, adding that Anambra would be better under the ruling party in the center.
Reminding the people of Anambra of the grace of being included in the mainstream of national politics, she warned that they could no longer afford to be left out of the scheme of things at the national level.
“We got lost because we are not talented, but because we have moved away from the national political equation. The APC is the party at the center and it is time for Anambra to align with the party.
“Now is the time for the entire Southeast to reposition and reintegrate if we want to achieve the Igba 2023 presidency. The APC is the national and largest party that is widespread and accepted in all geo-political zones in Nigeria, and it is the right platform for all of us,” she said. .
Amazon has called on the people of Ihiala, Anambra and the Southeast to take the opportunity of ongoing registration and re-validation of APC membership to accept the party for the general interest of the people and the zone.
FORMER Chief of Staff (COAS), Lieutenant General. Azubuike Ihejirika (rtd.) Joined the APC in the state of Abia.
APA Chairman Abia, Donatus Nwankpa, confirmed that Ihejirika had formally joined the party yesterday and was registered in his Ezere 2 department, Ovim in the Isukwuato Council, led by the department president, Mr. Iheanyi Chukwu, in the presence of some party views , including Senator Orji Uzor Kalu; Secretary of State, Perfect Okorie; Deputy Head of Women, Franca Osuwa; Chairman of the Abia APC Re-Registration Commission, Ambassador Bala Mairiga; Member of the House of Assembly representing the constituency of Isuikwuato, Emeka Okorafor; Among others, Chief Ameobi Ogah.
After registration, Ihejirika said he was glad to join the party, adding that, having served nearly 38 years in the military, he was convinced it would be a waste of experience for him to stay out of government activities as there are so many offers.
Senator Kalu, who is the leader of the APC in the country, praised Ihejirika’s decision to join the party.