Monday, 30 January 2017

2019 APC WILL CAPTURE SOUTH EAST -ARARAUME


This story was sent in by Chimezie Obinna from Imo State...

A two time senator in Okigwe zone, and a chieftain of APC in Imo State, Sen. Ifeanyi Chukwu Godwin Araraume has emphatically stressed the readiness and willingness of APC to take over the entire south East come 2019.

Araraume made this disclosure in his Isiebu country home during his evaluation of APC membership over the weekend.

Addressing the members of the party in the zone prior to his re-validation, he noted that the essence of the re-validation and registration were to ensure that those who could not register with the party in 2015 to do so while those who had registered then would re-validate their membership pointing out that victory of the party in the next general election would be dependent on the number of people that registered.

He further enjoined the party faithful to shun any form of discrimination while the exercise adding that any body who indicates interest should be registered despite the party the person belongs.

Araraume who is the chairman of the Apc south East Rally slated to hold soon in Enugu affirmed that the rally would serve as an avenue through which some prominent sons and daughters of Igbo nation would be officially admitted into the party.

Elated over the turn up of the people during the registration, the national chairman of the registration and the re-validation,committee chief Mascot kalu thanked the people revealing that with such turn out, the party's aim of capturing south east was achievable, he further eulogized Araraume for providing the people with every assistance needed.

It would be recalled, that senator Araraume had during the last yuletide gave out cash and bags of rice to the Apc executive members from the wards to the state, Araraume had also promised to hire and furnish the 305 INEC wards in the state for the party.


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