South East APC women urge support for Buhari
The Southeast women of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has said the ruling party has kept to its campaign promises to Nigerians in the war against corruption and raising the infrastructure base of the country.
Zonal woman leader of the party, Mrs. Sally Chinedu, who stated this at a rally held in Enugu over the weekend to receive Ambassador Ginika Tor Williams, a former Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain who joined APC, therefore called on Nigerians to support the second term aspiration of President Muhammadu Buhari.
She appealed particularly to Ndigbo to support Buhari for a second tenure, to ensure that an Igboman becomes President in 2023, warning that, allowing another northerner to emerge in 2019 will deny the zone the opportunity.
She warned that if any other northerner becomes President in 2019, the person would seek a second term in 2023, which of course would deny Ndigbo the opportunity of producing the president that year.She assured that victory for the APC in 2019 would ultimately impact on the overall development of the southeast region.
In her inaugural speech, Ambassador Ginika, who was the Manager of the Enugu Cultural and Tourism Fiesta under the immediate past administration of Sullivan Chime in Enugu State, said she was happy with what APC was doing and decided to support the “change” going on in the country.
“I joined APC, looking forward to progress. We have a good President.We have good members. The former Governor of Enugu State, Sullivan Chime belongs to APC. He is a man of honour. When he was Governor, he appointed me as Manager of Enugu Cultural and Tourism Fiesta. We knew what he did as governor.
“But today, Enugu is a dead zone. I went to Imo the other state and hotels were fully booked. About the same time in Enugu, hotels were begging for customers. During our fiesta in the past government, you will see expatriates, you will see tourist from all over the world.”
No comments yet