APC Rally: Okorocha dumps party for AA’s Nwosu


Rochas Okorocha

Imo State Governor Rocha Okorocha on Saturday took advantage of the southeast zonal rally of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to campaign for the governorship candidate of the Action Alliance (AA) Uche Nwosu.

Senator Hope Uzodinma is the APC governorship candidate but the governor is backing his son-in-law, Nwosu, who lost out in the battle for APC ticket.

Imo governor, Rochas Okorocha
Rochas Okorocha

Despite the presence of wife of the President Aisha Buhari represented by wife of the vice president, Mrs. Dolapo Osinbajo and Uzodinma, Okorocha told voters to pick Nwosu over the APC candidate.
He however declared support for President Muhammadu Buhari in the presidential race.

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According to Okorocha: “Imo victory for Buhari is designed sealed for Buhari. In Imo state we have 47 political parties and one of the perfect alliances is Action Alliance led by Uche Nwosu.

“Nwosu is APC in spirit. APC owes Imo people an apology because of the injustice meted to Imo people.

“In Imo state, Nwosu will win Imo state. It is not anti -party. We refused imposition in Imo state.”
He went on: “I am in charge and no sane youth will come and create tension in this state.

“ Let me say this madam First Lady, this time around we are not here to ask you to campaign for Buhari, what my wife has done is to tell you that Buhari is on ground.
Mrs. Osinbajo called on APC supporters to vote for President Muhammadu Buhari.

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According to her: “I am here to represent the wife of the President. She has asked me to greet you all.

“She said that everybody should vote APC, and that APC will win in every state. She says nobody should be sleeping on the day of election.
“There must be no fighting because government is interested in women and youths.

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