“APGA Thankful To Buhari, Not APC, Will Work For Him In 2019” – Igwe APGA
The victory of the All Progressive Grand Alliance [APGA] in Anambra gubernatorial election over the PDP and the APC continues to raise accolades to the various entities involved the election process. The election process was deemed one of the truest test of the Independent National Electoral Commission [INEC] in its execution of elections in Nigeria. It is generally agreed that the INEC conducted one of its best elections on November 18, 2017.
One of the special aides to the Governor of Anambra on interparty affairs, Chief Ben Obi spoke to 247ureports.com regarding the just concluded election. He expressed unreserved gratitude to the President of the federal republic of Nigeria, Mohammadu Buhari for his stance against corruption and election malpractice.
“It was Mr. President who stood against the APC’s desire to execute their rigging plans on Election Day. We know that. We also know that without Mr. President ordering the top bosses in the Police Force to step down on the APC plan, the election would have had a different outcome“, said Chief Ben Obi who is also known as Igwe APGA as he explained that the APGA owes President Buhari much gratitude for saving them on election day.
The special aide to Governor Obiano differentiated between the APC and President Buhari. “We are not supporting APC, we are supporting Buhari”
He went further to add that “we will work with the entire five states of the southeast to return Buhari in 2019″. In fact, he continues “with Buhari’s help, we will make the entire southeast state into APGA states, Buhari has proven we are safe with him politically”.
Chief Ben Obi expressed his change of mind over the person of the President following his exhibition at the Anambra polls. “The President is truly a good man. He stands against corrupt and injustice. I am truly impressed by those attributes.”
It is believed the President had stopped the police in their many attempts to subvert the electoral process to favor the APC gubernatorial candidate.
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