2019: Women group backs Umeh




Women group under the umbrella of the All Progressives Grand Alliance Women for Good Governance (APGAWGG), commends Chief Victor Umeh for his effective and progressive representation of Anambra Central Senatorial Zone in particular, and Ndigbo in general, in the 8thSenate of the country .

The women further said no vacancy in Anambra Central Senatorial seat for any person aspiring for the position.

National Coordinator, APGA Women for Good Governance, Mrs Grace Chike in a press statement issued in Abuja, said, they are proud  of the numerous achievements of Senator Victor Umeh in the past one year after he recovered his stolen mandate in the March 28th, 2015 senatorial poll.

“APGA women have commenced voter education, mobilization and campaign for his re-election. We call on the good people of Anambra Central to collect their permanent voter cards and ensure that they massively vote for Senator Victor Umeh and all APGA candidates  in the February 16 and March 2, 2019 polls. Your vote is your power to elect credible candidates on the APGA platform.

“The need to vote APGA candidates cannot be overemphasized as the party has ruled the State since March 17, 2006.

“ Anambra State is APGA stronghold, the election of the party’s National Assembly and State House of Assembly candidates will further boost the existing synergy between the Governor, Dr. Willie Obiano and Federal and State legislators in consolidating democracy and good governance in the state.

“Anambra Central, Anambra State and the South East are proud of their illustrous son, Senator Victor Umeh, who within one year as a Senator of the Federal Republic has changed the narrative and conduct of legislative duties in  the Senate.

“This paradigm shift is essential in deepening our frail democracy as it guarantees  equity, fairness and unity in national governance.

“APGA Women lauded Senator Victor Umeh for his various legislative interventions that have given hope to the people of Anambra Central Senatorial Zone and Nigerians of a better prosperous democratic society. 

“It is heartwarming that we now have compassionate senators like Chief Victor Umeh who feels the pains of the masses and sponsor motions and bills to address them. 

“His award-winning motion on the “Illegal Confinement of Underage Offenders and Infants in the same Prison with Adult Prisoners”, is an eloquent testimony of his political sagacity and legislative acumen Nigerians of all political persuasions are proud of. 

“This is democracy at its finest which has earned him several awards recently. 

“Umeh will make us more proud in the next Senate. 

Matched content



Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*