Abia APP Second-Wave Ward Round Tour: Loads of Endorsement Trail Mascot Uzor Kalu’s Visit to Ikwuano

Chief Mascot Uzor Kalu (R) and his running mate, Prof. Osondu Akoma.
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Abia APP Second-Wave Ward Round Tour: Loads of Endorsement Trail Mascot Uzor Kalu’s Visit to Ikwuano

The Abia State Action Peoples’ Party (APP) ward-round tour campaign outing in Ikwuano L.G.A. yesterday came with a plethora of endorsements for the party’s governorship candidate, Chief Mascot Uzor Kalu, from a couple of critical and relevant stakeholders of the L.G.A.

Top amongst the endorsements came from the Anglican Church Bishop of Ikwuano Diocese, Rt. Rev. Chigozirim U. Onyegbule.

Earlier, before visiting any ward, the APP governorship candidate and his running mate, Prof. Osondu Akoma, had paid a courtesy visit to the Anglican Bishop of Ikwuano Diocese at his residence and got him acquainted with the proposed actionable policies and programs of the party aimed at making Abia great again.IMG 20230208 133410 FB IMG 1675859611611 IMG 20230208 133205

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An excited Rev. Onyegbule, after assimilating the APP’s manifesto, thanked the APP governorship candidate and his running mate for availing themselves to serve, while expressing his hope that, through the instrumentalities of their vision, God will give the people of Abia State new hope.

He further commended the duo for adopting a campaign strategy targeted at meeting the electorate at the grassroots.

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At Oboro Ward 4, a social club, the Great Minds also endorsed the APP governorship candidate, with the President of the Club, Mr. Aham Okoro, promising to propagate the gospel of APP across the length and breadth of Ikwuano.

In the same vein, at Oboro ward 1, the Market Women Association of Amawo Community Market equally joined the train of the APP while endorsing the party’s governorship candidate.

Other INEC wards of Ikwuano that the APP campaign train visited yesterday include Ariam Ward 1 and Ibere Wards 1 and 2.

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