2023: Udensi commences zonal tour ahead of party Congress



A front line governorship aspirant in Abia state Mazi Chikwe Udensi, has commenced his planned zonal tour of the state ahead of the partys primary election next week.


He was at Elu Ohafia in Ohafia Local Government Area, where he met with party leaders and supporters of All Progressive Grand Alliance from Abia North Senatorial district. 


Speaking during the meeting, Udensi, reminded the party members in the zone that APGA was established over 21 years ago to work for the progress of ndi Igbo.

He pointed out he didn't hesitate to join in the formation of the party when he consulted  because he was concerned about the good of Igbo people including ndi Abia.


He insisted that the experience of Abia people in the hands of her leaders since the return of democracy in 1999, has been pathetic, adding that the state needs a leader who is in touch with feeling of the people to rescue her from bad governance.

Udensi, solicited for votes of the party delegates in the fort coming election, to enable him take over the leadership of the state and change its story.

He said, "The fight to save Abia from the hand of her present crop of leaders is not a fight that you will send a weak person to undertake.

"The person that is capable of rewriting our story is Chikwe Udensi, I need your support for this fight and that support is that all us must ensure that we have our PVCS.

"We must ensure that Abia moves forward. We need good roads, sound education, equity health care,. Pront payment of salaries, pensions and gratuity.

"The last time gratuity was paid in Abia state was in 2001and many people have died with getting theirs. That was why I started by giving palliative to pensioners to help improve their well being.

"We will still do more in that aspect. If our leaders have the fear of God, they won't withhold the pensions of those poor pensioners for 38 months, while other states in the South East are paying their regularly.

"For this reason I call you all to support my ambition to move Abia state forward, we need the support of everyone including the women and youths. The women are important because they great builders of the homes and communities".

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