APGA Senatorial Candidate Declares Support For Peter Obi



A Senatorial Candidate of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA), Honourable Dozie Nwankwo has endorsed Peter Obi, the Presidential Candidate of the Labour Party.


According to him, he will help Obi to actualise his quest to become the next President of Nigeria.


Going back memory lane, he explained it was Peter Obi with Late Dora Akunyili that prevailed on him to join the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) years after he ventured into politics.


He added that the LP Presidential Candidate had demonstrated commitment and possessed needed qualities to pilot the affairs of the country.


The APGA Senatorial Candidate,who is currently representing Anaocha, Njikoka and Dunukofia Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, noted that  he would work for the success of Obi’s presidential bid.


Speaking during a Youth Empowerment Programme at St Matthew’s Catholic church, Amawbia near Awka, on Sunday, Nwankwo, described his agenda for his constituents as a pathway to a new Senatorial District.


The Lawmaker, who donated 27 Sewing machines to support the youth empowerment scheme, informed the people that he would consolidate on effective representation if voted come February 25th, 2023.


Earlier, the Catholic Youth Organisation Leader, Mr Chizoba Ubosi,said the gathering was to complement  effort of the church in soul winning and evangelism for the physical well-being of youths in the area.

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