- The APC charges members of the Tony Nwoye campaign organisation to commit their time and resources to the success of Nwoye governorship project
- The Anambra state chairman of the party, Emeka Ibe, says the party has a capable candidate that would make history in the election
- He says the party would make the desired change in the governance of Anambra state
The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Anambra on Sunday, October 1, named Chris Ngige, the minister of labour and productivity as the state chairman of Tony Nwoye 2017 governorship campaign organisation.
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The minister of labour and productivity is to be assisted by Chief George Muoghalu as vice chairman.
According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), more than 50 other persons were named as chairmen and vice chairmen of various directorates of the campaign organisation by the party.
Emeka Ibe, the Anambra state chairman of APC, who announced the membership before inaugurating the committee, charged them to commit their time and resources to the success of Nwoye governorship project.
Ibe said that the party has a capable candidate that would make history in the November 18 governorship election in the state.
All the aspirants of the Anambra governorship race except Andy Uba were named as members of the campaign organisation.
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Osita Ezenwa, the director-general of the Nwoye campaign organisation commended the composition of the various sub-committees.
Meanwhile, the candidate of the United Progressive Party (UPP) in the November 18 Anambra governorship election, Chief Osita Chidoka, officially flagged-off his campaign for the election on Saturday, September 30.
The campaign flag-off was made known by Chidoka’s director of media, Viola Ifeyinwa Okolie, in a statement sent to NAIJ.com on Thursday, September 28.
The event will be taking place at Amorka in Ihiala local government area of Anambra state. The Chidoka campaign has dedicated the event to the people of the state.