Gwacham Congratulates New APGA State/LG/Ward Executives 

Posted on May 25, 2023
The House of Representatives member-elect for Oyi/Ayamelum Federal Constituency, Hon Lady Maureen Chinwe Gwacham, has sent out her warmest regards to the new executives of All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA, elected during the just concluded Wards, Local Government and State Congresses.
While congratulating the State Executives led by High Chief Barr. Sir Ifeatu Obi Okoye, the Amazon charged them to uphold the principle of togetherness of the party and to work in tandem with Governor Soludo’s vision of clean and liveable Anambra State.
Hon. Gwacham, who was the chairperson of the Congress Committee of Oyi Local Government Area, also used the time to felicitate with all the Wards and Local Government executives especially those of Oyi and Ayamelum Local Government areas.
She admonished them to live up to the expectations of the people in line with the party’s constitution.

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