Abia North: OUK Campaign Organization Hails Parties’ Candidates For Adopting Orji Kalu
Orji Uzor Kalu Campaign Organization has applauded the adoption of the Chief Whip of the Senate by candidates of other political parties ahead of the February 25 National Assembly election.
A statement signed by the spokesperson of the campaign organization, Sunny Idika on Thursday morning said that Hon. Ebere Nwankwo, All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) House of Assembly candidate for Umunneochi State Constituency; Hon. Kalu Prince Iroha, African Action Congress (AAC) House of Representatives candidate for Arochukwu Ohafia/Federal Constituency, displayed unsurpassed broadmindedness and political maturity in agreeing to adopt Senator Orji Uzor Kalu’s reelection bid.
According to the statement, Senator Orji Uzor Kalu’s towering achievements, acceptability, performance, capacity and dexterity have now paved the way for the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Abia North to coast home to victory with the support of other patriotic leaders.
The statement applauded Senator Kalu for engendering economic development through massive construction of rural roads, renovation of schools and health centres, scholarships to Abia North students to study Medicine and Surgery in South America, sinking of boreholes across the Senatorial District, installation of street lights, improving the lives of the people through youth and women empowerment.
The statement further urged the people of Abia North Senatorial District to vote massively for Distinguished Senator Orji Uzor Kalu to ensure continuity of his sterling performance and consolidation of his good representation.
“We commend our brothers from other political parties for openly endorsing Distinguished Senator Orji Uzor Kalu and his sterling performance ahead of the 2023 National Assembly election. The people of Abia North Senatorial District have no choice than to support and reelect Distinguished Senator Orji Uzor Kalu to sustain his developmental strides across the Senatorial District using their Permanent Voters‘ Cards (PVCs) come February 25,” the statement said.