By Abuchi Ifesinachi, Awka
More aspirants for Senatorial, federal House of Representatives and State House of Assembly on obtained nomination forms at the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) office in Awka on Wednesday.
Among those who obtained forms for senate were Mr Dubem Obaze, younger brother of the secretary to Anambra government Mr Oseloka Obaze, Mr Maja Umeh, a former commission for information in Anambra.
Others for senate were Chief Ernest Ndukwe, for executive secretary of Nigerian Communications Commission for Anambra South and Chief Patrick Obiawu, a former governorship aspirant for Anambra North.
Mr. Dozie Nwankwo, younger of the wife of Gov. Rotimi Amaechi of Rivers picked form for the federal House of Representatives for Anaocha, Dunukofia and Njikoka federal constituency.
Also at APGA secretariat was Mr Chidi Nwakpadolu, who is seeking nomination for Aguata constituency 11 in Anambra House of Assembly.
Speaking shortly after picking his form, Obaze, said his main objectives were quality representation and development of human capital iin the zone.
He said what the people of Anambra north desire most was a change which would bring better tidings to the people, saying that what was next was towards emerging from the primaries and canvass for votes afterwards.
He expressed confidence in APGA, saying “APGA is the fastest growing party in Africa, we are not biggest so far but we will get there,”.
On his part Nwakpadolu said he was disturbed by the yearnings of his constituency for a more grassroots oriented representatives.
He promised that he would do the party proud by complementing the good work of Gov. Willie Obiano.