By Edozie Obasi-Eze
The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) has resolved to consolidate hold on power in Anambra State, by winning all oncoming elections in the state for at least eight years, starting from 2023.
The party’s Secretary in Aguata Local Government Area, Engr Pius Ezeudu, said the party has perfected an economic blueprint with which it would be transforming the lives of the citizenry through cooperative mass movement as soon as the governor-elect, Prof Chukwuma Soludo assumed office.
He made the disclosure in Ekwulobia community, during the official reception of Okwudili Ezeike, a public health adviser based in the United States of America at Ward
1.Ezeudu added that the strategy would be boosted by ‘grand plots,’ which have been made more potent with the victory of Chukwuma Soludo at the November 6, 2021 governorship election.
In his words, “I want to repeat it. In the next eight years, as far as Soludo will be the next governor of this state, no other party will win elections in Anambra because we have already started compiling the names. We want to move this APGA as a cooperative.
“And after the compilation of the names and forming it as a cooperative, I don’t think any other party will survive in Anambra State in the next eight years.”