AGULU IS FOR APGA, we are not goats that Peter Obi should pull about" - Agulu people assures Chief Victor Umeh
The Chairman of Governor Willie Obiano Reelection Campaign Committee, Chief Sir Victor Umeh OFR (Ohamadike Ndigbo) this afternoon honored an invitation by some prominent indigenes of Agulu led by the traditional head of Ifiteani village (Ichie-Ukwu Ifiteani), Chief Elias Onene (Ede Agulu) where they reiterated their resolve to uphold their support for the APGA party.
Ichie-ụkwụ Elias Onene who acted on behalf of his kinsmen (Chief Celestine Onene, Omenife Agulu and Chief Romanus Orji, Ikeoha Agulu) who were unavoidably absent at the gathering seized the opportunity to commend the effort of Chief Victor Umeh in carrying on with the APGA legacy of late Igbo leader, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu and sustaining the good governance of the APGA government which proceeded from their son, Peter Obi and has been consolidated by the visionary leadership of Governor Willie Obiano. They assured him that Agulu people shall not be ridden by the selfish desires of Peter Obi but shall vote massively for APGA and Gov Willie Obiano on the 18th of November 2017. The youths of Ifiteani village of Agulu were also present to affirm their position on the collective resolution of ndị Agulu on the forthcoming election. Chief Umeh was honored with a gift of a giant ram.
*"we are not goats that Peter Obi should pull about by the rope... We remain in our party APGA. Obiano is doing very well and shall serve a second tenure"* - Agulu youths
Chief Sir Victor Umeh arrived in the company of the Transition Chairman for Anaocha, Hon Chief Ikeobi Ejiofor (Ikeoha) and was received by Ichie-ụkwụ Edeh and the Member representing Anaocha LGA in the Anambra State House of Assembly, Hon Chief Charles Okoye (Odenigbo Agulu) and a group of notable Agulu indigenes. He thanked them for the good gesture stressing that as long as he remains relevant in the APGA party, Agulu community shall continue to benefit significantly from the government.
*Charles Ifeanyi Obi*
Agulu, Anambra state