APGA Harassing Decamped Legislators, Anambra APC Alleges
Awka – The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Anambra has warned the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) to focus on issue-based campaigns ahead of the November 6 Governorship elections and stop joining issues with the APC
The chairman of APC in the State, Chief Basil Ejidike, who stated this in a chat with newsmen on Sunday in Onitsha, berated APGA for harassing the House of Assembly members who left the party for APC.
Recently, six lawmakers from the APGA joined the APC, declaring support for the APC governorship candidate, Senator Andy Ubah.
Speaking through his Media Adviser, High Chief Dan Okeke, Chief Ejidike regretted that APGA’s disposition to the lawmakers, shows that the party is oblivious of the fact that the country is under a democratic arrangement where anybody has the right and freedom to associate with who they choose.
He urged more members of the State House of Assembly to leave APGA which he described as a sinking party and join quality national party that will return Ndigbo to the centre.
“APGA is losing focus in the State.
“There is total failure of infrastructural facilities like roads, good drinking water, power, good healthcare delivery, quality education, women and youth empowerment and security.