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Enugu APC gains as Utazi, Njeze, others join party

Enugu APC gains as Utazi, Njeze, others join party


Senator Chuka Utazi who represented Enugu North Senatorial district under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP; former minister for Aviation, Mrs. Fidelia Njeze who defected to the Labour Party, LP, during the 2023 general elections and Enugu state former gubernatorial aspirant of the LP in the last general elections, Dr. Dave Nnamani have all defected to the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Enugu state.

Others who also defected to the APC in the state include the erstwhile senatorial candidate of ADC for the Enugu North senatorial district, Comrade Chuka Idoko, who almost truncated the aspiration of all the PDP candidates in last year’s election through litigation; the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, senatorial candidate for Enugu North district, Ambassador Jonathan Eze; a prominent and esteemed businessman, Chief Goody Jinegwo; Mrs. Ada Odeh, an Enugu based legal practitioner Mr. Umunna Ugwu, among their supporters and many others.


They were received into the party at the state party secretariat Enugu by the state party chairman, Ugochukwu Agballa; the minister of Innovation, Science and Technology, Mr. Uche Nnaji; the National Population Commissioner for Enugu state, Hon. Ejike Eze; the Deputy National Chairman South of the APC, Chief Emma Eneukwu, the National Vice Chairman South of the party, Dr. Ijeoma Arodiogbu and other stakeholders of the APC in the state.

In their communiqué after the Stakeholders’ meeting, on Saturday, the APC in Enugu state extended felicitations to President Bola Tinubu on his 72nd birthday, noting the celebration’s alignment with Good Friday and the Holy month of Ramadan.

The stakeholders lauded President Tinubu for initiating economic reforms, particularly acknowledging the gradual stabilization of foreign exchange. They likened the current economic challenges to the pains of childbirth, which ultimately lead to joy, echoing the President’s analogy and urging patience amongst Nigerians.


The stakeholders announced the party’s readiness to welcome new members and possibly reintegrate those previously suspended or expelled, contingent on sincere repentance.



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