Here's Our Plan Is To Launch APC In Igboland ― Igbo Leaders

Igbo leaders of the All Progressives Congress, APC, said that they have been united to launch APC.

in the five states of the Southeast through Imo state, and that they would reach out to other governors in the region so as to collectively grab their share in the Nigeria project.
The Igbo APC, leaders who were hosted by Governor Hope Uzodinma, took the decision among other issues at the Government House in Owerri, weekend.
The Igbo leaders were led by Senator Ken Nnamani (South East Representative of APC, National caretaker committee)
Senator Chris Ngige (Minister for Labour and Productivity) Emeka Nwajiuba (Minister for state education) Uche Ogah (Minister of state, Mines and Steels) Joeffrey Onyema (Minister for Foreign affairs) and Ogbonnaya Onu (Minister for science and technology).
For Governor Hope Uzodinma, they would leverage on their individual goodwill to strength APC, in Southeast in order to jointly participate in the federal government projects to alleviate poverty in Igboland.
While Senator Ken Nnamani, said that they have seen signs in Imo state, that Uzodinma, would make APC, proud and give the party hope in Igbo region, adding that Imo has become a base for APC, to launch out to other states.
Just as the Minister of Labour and Productivity, Senator Chris Ngige, said that they would be meeting with other governors of the Southeast states to discuss further on how they can come together for Igbo interest.
According to Uzodinma,
“We have resolved to unite the party in this region the unity of the party is very important to us.
Southeast has been marginalized that is the speculation out there, the truth is that Igbo we have decided to follow the national party.
“All federal government policies targeted at making sure that the good man in the street has life we will embrace.
We are here as representatives of those who have proximity to the source of authority we will direct and guide our people in service and in humility.
“To ensure that the good things and largesse arising from the federal government policies to liberate our people from poverty will be benefited by our people.
“The former president of the Senate who is currently representing us at the National caretaker committee of our party is a seasoned politician and a confirm genuine Igbo man. I have always canvassed that we be part of the Nigeria project.
“He has commenced a wider consultation visiting leaders to ensure we embrace the good message coming from the federal government we are strong and we are going to leverage on our individual goodwill to strength the party in the region and to ensure the all-inclusive Nigeria project comes to reality.

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