- Political parties are already working fervently to outdo one another in the 2019 general elections
- The ruling All Progressives Congress in Anambra is no exception as it has begun moves at winning elections at the federal and state levels
- The party has called for peace, unity, and cohesion for the purpose of achieving its objectives
As the 2019 general elections draw nearer, the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Anambra state has begun moves at winning the National Assembly and House of Assembly seats in the state during the polls.
Punch reports that the party, which held a stakeholders meeting in Nnewi, said there were indications that many legislators from other political parties would defect to APC before the general elections.
Legit.ng gathers that in a goodwill message sent to the meeting by the state chairman of the party, Emeka Ibeh, APC members were urged not to relent in membership drive. The chairman advised them “not to hesitate to accept those wanting to join the party from other political parties.”
He said: "The leadership of the party is already fashioning ways of repositioning APC in the southeast geo-political zone ahead of the elections."
According to him, the Nnewi meeting was put together to provide a platform for major stakeholders and leaders of the party in the area to brainstorm on the way forward.
In the same vein, the need for peace, unity and cohesion, was emphasised by the deputy governorship candidate of the party in the November 18, 2017, election, Dozie Ikedife. He said those factors would help the party in achieving its objectives.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday, February 5, had a meeting with All Progressives Congress (APC) delegation from the southeast at the presidential villa in Abuja.
The president had previously met with national economic summit group before the meeting with the southeast delegates.
After the meeting with President Buhari, the delegates affirmed their support for him to contest the 2019 presidential election. Ogbonnaya, a member of the delegation and minister of science and technology, said they were very pleased with the president's administration.
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