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Imo North election: Leaders drum support for Ibezim



Leaders in Imo North Senatorial District have thrown their weights as well as drummed support for the All Progressives Congress, APC, candidate, Sir Frank Ibezim, in the October 31st, 2020, bye election.

This was the high point of a meeting held yesterday at the country home of the APC leader in the zone, Chief Tony Chukwu, which attracted a huge crowd from the zone.

Speaking on behalf of the leaders, Chief Chukwu enjoined the APC faithfuls in the zone to come out in their numbers and work for the success of Ibezim who was the party’s flag bearer in the last Imo North Senatorial APC primary election.

While describing Ibezim as a man whose pedigree and antecedents precedes and speaks positively of him, the leaders posited that the good people of Okigwe zone made a witty choice in the candidature of Ibezim and appealed for their support in the upcoming election.

In his remarks, the APC candidate who was emotional in the overwhelming support shown to him, reassured the people of his desire to bring uncommon transformation and development to the zone if given the mandate.

Dignitaries who attended the meeting were the state Chairman of the party, Chief Marcellinus Nlemigbo, member representing Okigwe North in the House of Representatives, Hon. Miriam Onuoha, speaker, Imo State House of Assembly, Hon. Chiji Collins, members of the state House of Assembly, Honourable Commissioners among others.

Meanwhile, the following groups have been scheduled to meet Sir Frank Ibezim on Sunday, October 4, 2020, at his country home, Ezeoke-Nsu, Ehime-Mbanu by 2pm.

The groups are Christian Support Network, Okigwe chapter, Imo Foundation Mobilizers, Hope Alife Youths Foundation, Odinma Umunwanyi Okigwe, all the nine Presidents-General of Nsu Towns/ NDU President and NEC President.

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