APGA Refuses Merger And To Support Any Other Party

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Ahead of the 2019 general elections, the All Progressives
Grand Alliance (APGA) has said  it will
not merge  or enter into any alliance
with any political party for any purpose.

The party, which also claimed to have paid its dues,
challenged genuine party members to remain faithful and committed to the dreams
and aspirations of founding fathers of the party.
These were part of the decisions taken at the end of a
meeting between the members of Board of Trustees (BoT), led by Mazi Okey Kanu
and the leadership of its chapter in the United States of America, led by
Kpajie Onochie.
The delegation, while briefing their Diaspora counterpart on
political developments in Nigeria, solicited their support and contributions,
financially and otherwise, to the growth and stability of the party,
particularly as the next general elections in 2019 draw near.

They, however, frowned at a situation where politicians who
have benefited from the party, turn to work against the party.

They cited the case of Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha
and Senator Chris Anyanwu’s betrayal as an example.

“Our electorate’s hopes are frustrated whenever their
representatives decamp to another party.

“Such acts neither promote nor solve APGA electorate issues,
but, only magnify the selfish bent of the defectors.”
They, however, commended members of the party in Abia,
Bayelsa and Rivers Houses of Assembly, as well as those in the House of
Representatives for holding strong, despite challenges from the ruling parties.

They equally extended their gratitude to APGA’s National
Secretary,  Labaran Maku for holding the
party’s structure in Nassarawa State; Dr. Polycarp Dankor in Kaduna and the
immediate past national secretary, Sani Shinkafi of Zamfara State for
sustaining APGA ideals in their respective states.

Meanwhile, the ruling party in Anambra State has accused the
All Progressives Congress (APC) of
deceiving Nigerians with their “Change”

They said APC has failed Nigerians and said the APC has not
performed on the change which they
promised Nigerians.

“They have rather inflicted more pain and hardship on

“Our economy is demonstrating enormous decay, unseen since
1984. Nigeria continues to mire in crony, nepotism, ethnicity, sectionalism,
which is at the root of corruption.”

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