IKENNA IYIEGBU; The Movement To Return Idemili North and South Federal Constituency To Glory Days
The result of the just concluded primary election of APGA for the party’s flag bearer in Idemili North and South Federal Constituency is a clear indication of the acceptability of The Movement by Ikenna Iyiegbu to restore Idemili to its rightful place in the green chambers of the National Assembly, Having secured 40 votes out of 72 possible votes against 4 other aspirants was a clear statement that indeed the people are about to speak.
A young and accomplished Businessman who just takes up philanthropy as a way of giving back to the society with no strings attached decided to answer this clarion call which according to him that it took him sleepless nights to come to terms that he has to leave his comfort zone to start going through the rigours of campaign, financial input and the level of insecurity in the state which is even one of the reasons behind his decision to run, he truly has accepted that leadership is all about sacrifice.
While speaking to Hon. Mrs Amaka Obi ( Iyom Idemili ) who is the DG of the campaign she outrightly stated that Idemili North and South Federal Constituency has been lacking in proper representation in the National Assembly and there has been complete Federal Government Absence in the constituentcy that it is time for Idemili to rise and speak in one voice and this mission needs someone who is living a fulfilled life and wouldn’t be looking at personal gains but the well being of his people, someone who has compassion for the plight of the people and is focused and anything short of Ikenna Iyiegbu will be Idemili continuous dwelling in darkness as far as representation is concerned.
Chief Media Aide of Ikenne Iyiegbu, Pastor Onochie Emekekwue has urged elegible voters in Idemili who haven’t registered to go out and seize this opportunity of the continuous voters registration and get themselves registered and disregard any narrative that their votes do not count.
We hope that Ndi Idemili get it right this time and set in motion the return of the glory days of Idemili North and South