NWAEBILI DECLARES FOR OGBARU FED HOUSE OF REPS
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query_builder April 17, 2018 12:07:59

By John Ndu 

 

Ogbaru, April 17, 2018 -- Former speaker of the Anambra state House of Assembly and immediate past commissioner for Transport RT. Hon. Chinwe Nwaebili, has declared her intention to vie for the Ogbaru Federal Constituency in the 2019 general elections. 

 

Hon Nwaebili announced this when she visited the APGA office in Atani, Ogbaru local government Area, with her supporters amidst pomp and circumstance.

 

Princess Nwaebili who was received by a large crowd with different cultural groups commended them for their support to APGA in the last Nov. 18 governorship election.

 

The law maker reminded them that her involvement in the politics of Anambra exposed many youths to different skills, making some employers of labour. 

 

Princess Nwaebili regretted that Ogbaru had never benefitted any meaningful development from those who had occupied the Federal House in the past and assuring the people of the Federal Constituency that the situation would change for the better if she is given their mandate. 

 

Nwaebili, described APGA had the only veritable political platform that offered the youths opportunities to be involved in decision making and called on them to further embrace APGA for greater opportunities. 

 

"You are my children and I will not relent in providing opportunities for you to strive. APGA government will take over the National Assembly. 

 

"I am ready to match anybody strength to strength, money to money," she added. 

 

In their separate speeches, Chief Richard Udechukwu an industrialist, Nnamdi Ifejika APGA Chairman Ogbaru Local Government, Hon Loius Ikpere a former Councilor in Ogbaru, siad that Nwaebili had touched various lives in Ogbaru. 

 

"Because of her, APGA has been growing from strength to strength in Ogbaru and we don't want any other person," they said.   

 

The event attracted high profile personalities in Ogbaru, including supporters within and outside the state.