As the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, holds its national convention today in Awka, its stakeholders have predicted that the party will come out stronger.
Some stakeholders said that the party would elect new national and state officers at the convention slated for the Women Development Centre, Awka.
The Governor’s Special Adviser, Political Matters, Mr. Chinedu Obidigwe, said the convention would showcase to the world that APGA was a party that blazes the trail in internal democracy.
Obidigwe said the state government was glad for the privilege to host the party’s national convention in Awka.
He said plans were already in place for unfettered free and fair polls among members aspiring for the various positions in the party’s hierarchy.
The special adviser enjoined members to keep faith with the party as APGA was determined to provide good governance in every area of its influence.
Chief Mike Kwentoh, who just stepped down as Anambra Chairman of the party, said he looked forward to the moment of transition at the convention.
Kwentoh said he was sure that the convention committee would conduct the process according to the provisions of the party’s constitution for credible leadership to emerge at the various levels.
He said that he was leaving the party leadership in Anambra stronger than when he assumed office, and expressed the optimism that the incoming leadership would surpass the performance of his team.
Chief Victor Umeh-led national leadership two term tenure elapses on June 10.

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