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APC Delegation Led By Ngige & Andy Uba Visit Obiano Over The Death Of His Mum








Governor Willie Obiano has urged governorship aspirants in the state across various political parties to imbibe the spirit of brotherliness and play the game according to the rules to ensure that Anambra remains peaceful after the election.

The Governor was speaking when he received a delegation from the All Progressives Congress, APC who paid him a condolence visit in his country home, Aguleri in Anambra East Council Area.

The delegation was led by the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige.

Governor Obiano who noted that it is imperative that politicians learn to place the interest of the state and its people above every other considerations, urged them to eschew rancor and bickering in their campaigns and ensure that they are objective in their criticisms.

According to him, this is because after the election, the State must continue to forge ahead.



He reiterated his resolve to leave Anambra after the completion of his eight-year tenure, better than he met it, adding that the state under his watch, has witnessed significant transformation across the various sectors while job and wealth opportunities have been created for the people in unquantifiable rations.

While thanking the APC delegation for coming to commiserate with him over the death of his mother, Governor Obiano prayed God to repay them for whatever they put in supporting the success of the event.

Earlier, Dr Ngige who led the delegation, explained that the visit was to show the Governor that they share in his grief, urging the him and his siblings to sustain the virtues of their mother.

On his part, the Senator representing Anambra South Senatorial District in the Upper House, Senator Andy Uba prayed God to grant the soul of late Mrs Christiana eternal repose, acknowledging that having lived up to the ripe age of 90, she has achieved so much especially as it has to do with charity and benevolence.

Others who joined the APC delegation were APC aspirants including Johnbosco Onunkwo, Mr Barth Nwibe, among other State officials of the party.

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