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by Victor Ndubuisi

Ijeomah Arodiogbu, the All Progressives Congress’s (APC) National Vice Chairman for the South-East, has stated that the party is currently in the process of taking control of the entire region, just as it did in the just ended Imo State governorship race.

This was said on Tuesday by the APC National Vice Chairman for the South-East while speaking to reporters in the Imo State capital of Owerri.

He congratulated Uzodinma on his win and stated that the party will stop at nothing to seize control of Anambra State and other states in the Southeast.

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In order for the people of the Southeast geopolitical region to stay actively involved in politics, he also advised them to reject regional pride and exercise caution when engaging with the national administration.


Arodiogbu reports that Hope Uzodinma, the party’s nominee for governor of Imo State, won the election on Saturday and has offered a hand of friendship to the candidates of the Labour Party (LP) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

He declared that the triumph and accomplishment of Governor Hope Uzodinma in office had pleased the party members and the people of Imo State as a whole.

Imo State residents have made it clear that they want the APC to carry on with the excellent work it has been doing there. They urge Senator Hope Uzodinma to carry on with his commendable efforts, as he said.

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His words, “Let the people of Southeast key into the power at the centre. And I am very confident that under my watch as the APC National Vice Chairman, the South East will get more states and give support .”


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