The Abia State Chieftain of the All People’s Congress (APC), Chief Kingsley Ngwaba, states that the chapter is focused on reclaiming its 2023 stolen mandate in the state.
Ngwaba made this known yesterday in Umahia the Abia state capital following the Supreme Court’s judgement which upheld President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s victory in the 25th February poll. In the same manner, he said, that the chapter is expecting its governorship candidate in the March 18th election, Chief Emenike to be declared the winner of the March election by the apex court.
“I am confident that it is just a matter of time for this to materialize,” he maintained, appealing to members of the chapter not to be discouraged by the delay in achieving the mandate. He said”
Ngwaba used the forum to reiterate his “unshakable belief that better days are ahead for the state under the leadership of Emenike as encompassed in his Rescue And Develop Abia agenda.”
As the leader of the party in the state, he pledged his loyalty to Emenike, and the Dr Kingsley Ononogbu-led executive committee, saying they were ready to take the chapter to higher ground.
“With Emenike as our rallying point, the chapter will not only remain intact and focused but will also continue to enjoy the support of the members and sustain its appeal to the people of the state.”