Ebonyi APC C/Chairman Lauds Peaceful LG Congress; Links Success To Governor Umahi's Leadership Acumen

 By Celestine Okeh

Ebonyi State All Progressives Congress (APC) Caretaker Chairman, Chief Stanley Okoro Emegha have expressed Joy over the peaceful, transperent, credible and free and fair  Saturday’s local Government Congress in the 13 Local Government Areas of the state.

Chief Emegha, while briefing newsmen after the exercise at the party Secretariat in Abakaliki, the state capital, attributed the successes recorded in the exercise to the leadership ingenuity of the leader of the party in the state  Engr David Umahi, whom he said has institutionalized internal Democracy, Unity, transparency, equity, fairness and inclusiveness in the running of the party, describing him as an exceptional party administrator.

He noted Ebonyi APC has remained a reference point in country since the Governor joined.

The state APC helmsman maintained that the Governor has made the party in the state, one big united family and that has brought a robust peace in the party, which he vowed to sustain.

Chief Emegha explained further that available reports from the 13 LGAs were all positive and that goes a long way to affirm that APC is the only Party in Ebonyi State.

He said, “you all went round and monitored the exercise and saw how organized and peaceful it was. “You too can tell the world what they saw. “Our party Congresses was not a one man affair; it is a party affair and everyone were carried along and this accounts for the impressive outcome which the leadership of the party deeply appreciates”.

He however, stated that in the event of any complain arising from the exercise, the party will gladly entertain such complain and resolve same amicably once and for all.

He commended the party leaders, stakeholders and members across the 13 Local Government Areas of the state for their sacrifices and contributions to the successes of the Congress and enjoined them to keep hope with the party as they are great prospects for the party even as the 2023 general election beckons.

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