Anambra Guber Race 2021: Fear grips APGA As Assembly members Abandon party join APC

Ahead of the November 6th governorship election in Anambra state, the fortunes of the ruling All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA in the state is dwindling by the day as six of her lawmakers dumped the party for the All Progressives Congress (APC).

The recent defection has brightened the fortune of the APC in the state.

The six lawmakers are: Hon. Nonso Okafor representing Nnewi North; Hon. Timothy Ifedioramma representing Njikoka 1; Hon. Cater D. N Umeoduagu representing Aguata 1; Hon. Lawrence Ezeudu representing Dumekofia; Hon. Arthur Chiekwu representing Idemmih North and Hon. Edward Ibuzo, representing Onisha North 2.

Receiving the defectors at a brief event on Tuesday evening in Abuja, Chairman APC Caretaker Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee (CECPC) Governor Mai Mala Buni restated the party’s determination to win the Anambra governorship election, which informed the zeal in engaging critical stakeholders in Anambra State.

Buni said: “Mere looking at what is happening, especially now that so prominent and serving state lawmakers have started joining, the grassroots is moving and Anambra people are moving to the APC.

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