The All Progressives Congress (APC) in the Southeast region of Nigeria has expressed determination to reverse the gains made by the Labour Party (LP) in the recent Presidential and National Assembly elections. The National Vice Chairman (Southeast), Dr. Ijioma Arodiogbu, made this known to reporters during a meeting in Enugu where he revealed that the party was putting adequate measures in place to ensure victory in the upcoming Governorship and House of Assembly polls scheduled for March 18.
The APC was left stunned after the LP claimed victory in the Southeast region during the February 25 elections. However, the party has since been working tirelessly to regain the lost ground ahead of the next round of elections. According to Arodiogbu, the party is now more prepared than ever before and has put in place adequate measures to prevent a repeat of the events of February 25.
In his address to the press, Arodiogbu acknowledged the support of Nigerians in giving the party’s presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, a resounding victory in the polls. He stated that the victory was a testament to the huge support enjoyed by the President-elect across the country.
He also revealed that the meeting was held to celebrate the party's success in the Presidential and National Assembly elections. Arodiogbu emphasized that Nigerians were pleased with the APC, which was evident in their votes for the party's candidate at the center. The party's National Vice Chairman expressed confidence that the party would reclaim its lost glory in the region and come out victorious during the Governorship and House of Assembly elections.
The Southeast region of Nigeria is a key battleground for political parties, and the outcome of the elections could have a significant impact on the political landscape of the country. The APC's determination to reverse the LP's gains in the region underscores the importance of the Southeast in Nigeria's political calculations.
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