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We are building a formidable APC – Gov. Uzodimma says as he received former appointees from Okorocha

by Amadu Victor
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Gov. Uzodimma receives Former Commissioners and Appointees of Imo State during Senator Rochas Okorocha Administration. The visiting delegates were ably led by Rt. Hon. Chief Dr. Jones Uzoka, former commissioner for the ministry of Niger Delta and 2-time ISOPADEC Chairman, oyogist.com reports.

The Chairman of Imo APC, Chief Marcon Nlemigbo recieving the returnees from the Rescue Mission Government of Senator Rochas Okorocha, he stated that they are one and serving the same purpose which is the Good of Imo people.

The former Deputy Governor, Eze Madumere Stated that there are many others in support of the Shared Prosperity Government of Governor Hope Uzodimma, “as Imo State belongs to All of us” Prince Madumere stated.

Prince Madumere further encouraged the former appointees from Rochas Okorocha former cabinet to go out and defend the Shared Prosperity Government, bringing the party to one body for the Good and interest of Imo people.


Governor Hope Uzodimma welcomed all the returnees from the camp of Rochas Okorocha as party politics is about human beings.

Governor Hope Uzodimma further stressed that his aim is to build a strong party for the benefit of our people, taking care of every interest, standformidable and serve the people of NDI-IMO.

“We are still one party, we are here to serve Imo people and we can’t achieve it by factionalism” Governor Uzodimma stated.

On the Okigwe Senatorial Bye-Election election, Gov. Uzodimma added that he has no candidate of his own and that if he is opportune to vote, he will only vote for one of the 13 candidates like every other eligible member of the APC in the State.

He therefore enjoined all and sundry to forget about the old order and key into the new order that recognizes the tenets of democracy

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