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Anambra SSG congratulates Obiano on electoral victory

05 December 2013, 07:53

Awka - The Secretary to the Anambra government, Oseloka Obase, has congratulated Chief Willie Obiano for winning the November 16 governorship poll in the state.
Oseloka said in a statement in Awka on Tuesday that Obiano’s victory vindicated the stand of the people from Anambra North zone to field a credible candidate for the election.
He said the victory meant that the people’s choice was clear and called on all lovers of the state to rally round the winner for sustained progress in Anambra.
“Chief Obiano's choice and sweeping victory to lead Anambra is a clear vindication of our position that APGA could field an eminently qualified candidate from the northern senatorial zone and still win the gubernatorial election.”
“I salute all those who stood resolutely with the north, especially Gov. Peter Obi, the APGA Chairman, Chief Victor Umeh, and those who made selfless sacrifices to bring that democratic aspiration for equity to fruition.”

“The resounding victory by APGA is a clarion call on all erstwhile aspirants and contestants to rally and support our newly-elected leaders and help them take Anambra to greater heights.”
“I wish Chief Obiano and Dr Okeke God's abiding grace, blessings and protection now and always, as I pledge my steadfast support to them in their undertaking of the huge governance tasks,” he said.



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