APC Advertising PDP’s Achievements — Group 

Raymond Ozoji, Awka

A group under the auspices of Niger Delta Total Support For Atiku/Obi has said that the ruling All Progressives Congress government is currently traversing the nooks and crannies of the country advertising the monumental accomplishments of the Peoples Democratic Party government.

The group maintained that all the APC-led federal government claimed to have achieved in the last three and half years  were initiated by the PDP-led federal government judging from the Second Niger Bridge and a host of other projects.

The position of the group was contained in the address presented by the state coordinator Hon. Eddy Moluokwu on the occasion of the inauguration of the Anambra State Chapter of Niger Delta Total Support For Atiku/Obi as well as establishment of local government coordinators of the group on Monday in Awka.

Moluokwu also stated that Niger Delta Total Support For Atiku/Obi was a movement aimed at ensuring that Atiku and Obi and all the candidates of the PDP in the forthcoming general elections became successful.

On his part, national chairman and national coordinator of the group Hon. Tony urged the people to mobilize support for Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi, stressing that they should ensure that PDP sweeps the three senatorial seats, win all the federal house of representatives seats as well as all the state assembly seats in the forthcoming general elections.

He also charged them to ensure that PDP takes over the governorship seat in Anambra state when the election comes even as he further encouraged the newly inaugurated state executives to go to their respective local governments and wards to drum up support for the Peoples Democratic Party emphasising that the PDP must win the elections in Anambra state.

Highpoint of the occasion was the inauguration of the state and local government executives of the Anambra State Chapter of Niger Delta Total Support For Atiku Obi.

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