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Anambra Polls: APC Set to Hold Campaign October 19

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The the All Progressives Congress (APC) has announced plans to commence its local government area campaign rally on Tuesday, October 19, 2021 ahead of the November 6 polls to be held in Anambra State.

This was disclosed at the stakeholders meeting at Awka to strategize for the campaign and winning of the governorship election in the state. The leaders of the party charged its members to move to various wards to do door-to-door campaign to canvass for votes for its candidate, Sen. Andy Uba in forthcoming election.

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The APC Governorship candidate, Andy Uba, expressed happiness over the turnout of the stakeholders at the meeting. He used the opportunity to call on his supporters to work hard and pray for the party to win the election. He said; “Everybody should go to his or her polling units and wards to campaign for APC. We should work hard and pray to win this election. APC members in the state have suffered over the years and need to be rewarded if we win this election. We shall conduct election LG election within six months of my administration if elected. My government will be all encompassing, we shall carry everybody along. All the positions will be distributed equitably from federal, state to local government levels.”

The Deputy Director of Andy Uba Campaign Organization, Mr. Ifeanyi Ibezim who announced the LG campaign schedules, said that the rally will start at Onitsha North and South on Tuesday October 19 while the grand finale and state rally will be at Awka on November 3 to cap it up.

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