Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Chief Umeh Speaks On The Awaited Anambra Central Senatorial Re-run Election


The candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, in the much awaited Anambra Central Senatorial re-run election, Chief Victor Umeh says he will ask for accelerated hearing of the matter in the Abuja division of the Court of Appeal.

Chief Umeh disclosed this on Sunday while paying homage to the traditional ruler of Oba, Igwe Peter Ezenwa in his palace.
He expressed confidence in the ability of the judiciary to resolved the legal logjam over the Anambra Central Senatorial re-run poll.
The APGA senatorial candidate implored the electorate in the senatorial district to exercise patience pointing out that no amount of delay tactics being resorted to by his opponents would prevent the re-run election from being held sooner than later.
Chief Umeh who is the immediate past national chairman of APGA also said that the sterling achievements of Governor Willie Obiano in the past two years and six months have enhanced  the party's chances in future elections in Anambra state and other parts of Nigeria.
For his part, Igwe Ezenwa gave kudos to the present Anambra state government for its outstanding delivery of democracy dividends and maintenance of peace and stability through its remarkable security initiative known as "Operation Kpochapu."
Igwe Ezenwa also implored Chief Umeh to sustain what he described as his just struggle to ensure that Anambra Central district is represented in the senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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