Igbos Will Vote for Jonathan Despite His Failure to Deliver in the South East – APGA Chieftain
A member of the Board of Trustees, BoT, of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, Chief Rommy Ezeonwuka has assured President Goodluck Jonathan of the votes of the Southeast in the 2015 presidential election.
He said the zone will vote for Jonathan despite lack of federal presence in the Southeast geopolitical zone.
He, however called on President Jonathan to reach out to Ndigbo and reach an accord with them notwithstanding their resolve to vote massively for him.
Ezeonwuka, lamented what he called the marginisation of the Southeast, noting that for the over 15 years that the PDP has been in power, it failed to maintain Eastern roads built within only four years by the Shehu Shagari administration.
“We will vote for Jonathan on the condition that he has to speed up the second Niger Bridge project, maintain Eastern roads, give us uninterrupted power supply and ensure federal presence in the Southeast region,” the APGA chieftain said.
He said that APGA, as an Igbo party has already endorsed Jonathan for the second tenure, in spite of all odds, adding that it is now left for Jonathan to reciprocate the gesture by swinging into action to fulfill his own part of the bargain when he commences his second tenure administration.
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