The Executives of Oboro Ward 3, in Ikwuano LGA, of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Abia State Chapter, have enjoined a stalwart of the party,
Chief Henry Ikechukwu Ikoh to remain resolute and steadfast, assuring their relentless support for him.
The Executives gave this assurance yesterday, during the re-registration and revalidation of Chief Henry Ikoh alongside his wife, Mrs. Ikoh, at his home town, Ahuwa Oboro, in Ikwuano LGA of Abia State.
The Ward Chairman, Cmrd. Nwabekee Michael Kelechi who led the team reiterated the unalloyed support of the party in the area for Henry Ikoh.
Earlier in his remarks, Nwabekee described Chief Ikoh as a good leader, recounting on his supportive roles, adding, “and that’s why we have this number of persons here.
“I came with my team to reregister and revalidate Chief Henry Ikechukwu Ikoh, a stalwart of the party in the LGA and his wife.
“He has also promised to help alleviate the burden from us by promising to provide us with a photographer to ensure that the registration exercise is very successful. That to me, is a great commitment that cannot be commonly found among our leaders.
He, therefore, implored all hands to be on deck to drive the party to an enviable height.
Responding in an aura of confidence, Chief Ikoh pointed out that every member of the community would identify with the party in the course of the exercise.
“What I have done today is to revalidate my membership of the APC, Ward 3, Ahuwa Oboro, Unit 007. The party Chairman came and I believe that party is local that’s why my Chairman and the Executives have to come here to re-register me.
“Every member of my village is going to key into what I’ve just done, to register as a member of the APC, because APC is the ruling party.”
According to him, belonging to the national party would enable them attract developmental projects to the area and the state in general.
Hear him: “There are gains in playing national politics and this include attraction of federal government projects to help the community and the state.
On his proposed offer to alleviate the burden of the exercise on the people, he said:
“Well, I know that many people might not be able to pay for the photo which is one of the requirements and for me as a leader, it’s not helping them, rather it’s a necessity which I must provide for my people for them to belong.