Rally round APGA in Imo, says forum

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The national co-ordinator of APGA Media Warriors Forum, Chinedu Obigwe, has urged residents of Imo State to support the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) to produce Governor Rochas Okorocha’s successor.

Obigwe, in a statement, faulted Okorocha for declaring war on Bishop Anthony Obinna, of the Owerri Catholic Diocese.

He described Obinna as a worthy father always speaking out against atrocities.

“No reasonable father will sit at home and watch a she goat deliver in tethers. Okorocha cannot stop APGA from taking over Imo State.

‘’Okorocha should prepare his handover note because no reasonable electorate in Imo State will vote for his anointed son-in-law, Uche Nwosu, in 2019.

‘’A vote against APC in Imo State is a vote for wiping away of the shame Rochas brought upon Imolites.

‘’Bishop Obinna is not a card-carrying member of APGA but  he is only exercising his constitutional right to freedom of expression and the insinuation by Rochas Okorocha that he is plotting to install APGA governor in Imo State is an admittance of the looming defeat of his party and son-in-law in 2019.

‘’Imolites should not rest until the deceitful government of Rochas Okorocha is stopped from turning Imo State into his family business empire. The electorate should rally round APGA for the salvation of Imo State.

‘’Rochas is only hoping  on using federal might to install his son-in-law. If this is allowed to happen, Imolites will regret. The task of rescuing Imolites from Okorocha is a patriotic task that must be accomplished for the betterment of Igbo land.”


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