APGA Releases Statement Saying Its Chairman, Victor Umeh Never Signed Any Agreement With Obiano
The ALL PROGRESSIVES GRAND ALLIANCE, NIGERIA wishes to immediately refute the following falsehoods circulating on the internet, reported by one Fejiro Oliver, and published through the internet and allied media.
We assert as follows:
1. The APGA National Chairman – Chief Sir Victor Umeh, did not at any time enter into any agreement with any body, person or persons for Electoral purposes including the APGA Governorship Candidate in Anambra State – Chief Willie Obiano.
2. That Chief Austin Ndigwe is not a member of the All Progressives Grand Alliance.
3. That Chief Onwuka Ukwah is not the National Deputy Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA).
4. The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) holds its officers and representatives in high esteem, that they at all times, will be judged by their presentations and the dictates of their conscience in the execution of their functions. The APGA electorate will always be final arbiter of any actions and presentations by our officers and representatives.
The Public is hereby alerted and warned to disregard the falsehoods peddled by few men of ill-will. There is no iota of truth to the publication which is only calculated to tarnish men and women of great character.
We, at the APGA, continue our onerous mission of providing a voice to our electorate on vital issues regarding trade, industry, economy, population statistics, domicile, security, education and Health. God-willing, We will continue to find means to spread the message across the length and breadth of Nigeria, to the benefit of our electorate.
We encourage our supporters to be steadfast in their commitment, casting their vote for Chief Willie Obiano, Our governorship candidate in the forthcoming Elections. We will surely win.
At the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), the Victory train moves on. Come join and be your brother’s keeper.
APGA PUBLICITY BUREAU.
cc. ALL PRESS HOUSES.
The Nigeria Police Force (NPF)
Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)
Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)
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