APC Membership Registration: Youth Leader Donates N360,000 In 12 Political Wards In Anambra

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As part of efforts and contributions toward ensuring the success of the ongoing registration and revalidation of party members in Idemili South Local Government Area of Anambra, the State Youth Leader, Honourable Austin Muomaife, on Wednesday evening, donated the sum of N360,000 to all the 12 political wards in the LGA, including his Ojoto Ward.

Hon. Muomaife said he decided to provide the logistics for the party in his local government because according to him APC has been good to him and to show love and support to President Muhammadu Buhari, who appointed him as a Board Member and to APC Leader in Anambra State, Dr Chris Ngige and the State Chairman of the party, Chief Basil Ejidike. He maintained that the APC must get it right this time.

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“The donation I made was to motivate those of our members who are yet to revalidate their membership to do so not only in Anambra State but the entire country.

That is how to express our determination to take over the Government House come November 2021. This is a task which we will not toy with it.”

He urged all Members of the Party and stakeholders to put more efforts in mobilizing the people to come out en masse and register, saying the exercise will provide APC Anambra ample opportunity to know how many people are with the party in the state.

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Hon. Muomaife charged Anambra youths to take up the task of rebuilding Anambra State, adding that they cannot be on the sidelines and be complaining that things are not moving well.

“We must get involve in politics, so as to better our lives and help to rebuild the State and the country at large.”

He use the opportunity to condemn in totality the recent beating of one Hon. Ejike Kalu in Ajali, in Orumba North Local Government Area during the exercise.

He urged the parties involved to desist from such act, saying it does not portray the party in good light.

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He also donated N20,000 to Hon. Ejike Kalu for his hospital bills.

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