Anambra 2017: Dr. Victor Ike Oye, declares Obiano' Governor till 2022

www.odogwublog.com apparently speaking over the death of his contender Chief Nwabueze Okafor who died few days ago the embattled national Chairman of the All Progressive Grand Alliance ( APGA), Dr. Victor Ike Oye, has declared that Gov. Willie Obiano Governor till 2022.
Oye said Obiano would still be re- elected for a second tenure by the people of Anambra at the forthcoming governorship election in the state.
Oye who made the prediction today in Umuahia , Abia State, advised those eyeing the coveted seat to perish their ambition and rally support for Obiano whose achievements , he argued were even applauded by his opponents. 
The APGA boss said the party was not losing sleep over the race as Obiano's works will make the election a mere walkover for the party.
“There is no threat to APGA in Anambra State. Anambra Governor, for instance paid all workers in the state on December 20, 2016.
" Again, every community in Anambra State chose the project they want the government to execute and in June this year there is going to be contract for projects running into N100billion in all the communities.
" In Anambra State there was no armed robbery or kidnapping throughout the celebrations. Anambra sons and daughters who returned from across the country and outside had nothing to fear,” Oye said.
Oye denied the existence of any faction in  APGA , describing the party as the most peaceful political party in Nigeria.
He also ruled out the possibility of the party merging with any other political party, saying it is unnecessary. 
 “There is no wrangling in APGA; it’s the most peaceful party in Nigeria, the only party with an ideology. We have no need to join any mega party".
He condemned the recent council election in Abia State, alleging that the results were manipulated in favour of the ruling  Peoples Democratic Party ( PDP).

Anambra 2017: Dr. Victor Ike Oye, declares Obiano' Governor till 2022 Anambra 2017: Dr. Victor Ike Oye, declares Obiano' Governor till 2022 Reviewed by Odogwu Emeka Odogwu on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 Rating: 5

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