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APGA Guber Aspirant Tasks INEC On Free, Fair Election



A governorship aspirant in Enugu State, Mr Ben Onwudinjo, has called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to ensure a level playing field across the country in the forthcoming general elections.
Onwudinjo, who is a stalwart of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), stated this in Abuja while discussing with newsmen about his ambition.
He said he was running on APGA platform to enthrone people-oriented governance.
He expressed optimism that the party would be victorious in the state, given its grassroots support.
Onwudinjo said, “I commend our national leader Gov Willy Obiano for his all-encompassing leadership. Under him, every community is developed in Anambra state. We want to replicate same in other states.
I also thank our national chairman, Chief Victor Oye, for enthroning the best democratic principles in the party. I call on electorate to get their permanent voters’ cards to elect credible leaders.”
Barr Ken Ike, Enugu state APGA chairman, commended members for of the party for their steadfastness, and assured them that the best candidates would fly the party’s flags during the 2019 general elections.
Mr Smart Iheoma, APGA’s publicity secretary, southeast, said, “The declaration of Mr Onwudinjo also marks the flag-off of our party in the southeast. APGA is a symbol of democracy as epitomised in Anambra state.”
Prof Vicky Sylvester of the University of Abuja described Onwudinjo as an honest person, and urged Enugu electorate to elect him for good governance.