6/05/2017

APC assures Anambra guber aspirants of free and fair primaries

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has assured its aspirants in the November 18 governorship polls in Anambra State of a free, fair and transparent primary election.
The Deputy National Chairman (South), Chief Segun Oni, and the Chairman, South-East APC Zonal Committee on the Anambra election, Chief Jim Nwobodo, gave the assurance at the weekend during a strategic meeting with aspirants in Abuja.
Oni told the aspirants at the meeting: “The chairman said I should give the assurance, as many times as possible during this meeting, that the process of primaries in Anambra will be free, fair and transparent.
“At the end of the journey, we can be rest assured that the aspirants will cooperate to deliver Anambra to APC.”
On his part, Nwobodo reiterated that defeating the incumbent governor would not be an easy task.
He, however, said that with hard work and with doing the right things at the right time, APC will emerge victorious in the main election in November.

APC assures Anambra guber aspirants of free and fair primaries
While addressing newsmen on the sidelines of the meeting, he said: “We are having an interactive meeting with aspirants for the position of the governorship of Anambra State and in doing that, the committee wants to introduce the aspirants to one another and, also, to the National Working Committee of the party.
“This is just to assure them that we are seriously working towards winning the election in Anambra State.
“We’ve spoken to them; all we are trying to assure them is that only one person will be the governor. We want all of them to cooperate with whoever wins the primaries.
“The party has assured them that the primaries will be free, fair and transparent. That assurance is very important and we are working towards that. We want to assure every person contesting that they will not be shortchanged and no person will be imposed on the people as governor of Anambra State by APC.”
Nwobodo, who disclosed that the party’s code of conduct used in Edo and Ondo states will be handed down to the aspirants, said it was high time the Igbo re-joined mainstream politics by delivering more states to the ruling party, beginning with Anambra.

source: todayng