EMBRACE PEACE, MOVE THE PARTY FORWARD – Mrs. Ikpeazu
Wife of the Abia State Governor, Mrs. Nkechi Ikpeazu has enjoined PDP women in the State, especially those who could not win during the just concluded primary elections to embrace peace for the party to move forward.
The wife of the Governor made the call during a town-hall meeting she held with PDP functionaries, women in government and female stakeholders in all the 17 Local Government Areas of the State.
Mrs. Ikpeazu charged them to preach peace in the party, churches and communities and brighten all the corners. She urged them to ensure nobody leaves the party aggrieved and informed that the PDP umbrella is large enough to contain everyone.
She urged them to work together with the stakeholders in all the electoral wards in the State to secure victory for the PDP in the forthcoming general elections. The Governor’s wife said that the women and the entire PDP in Abia State has achievements cum projects to campaign with. She reaffirmed the public opinion that the Governor has performed creditably in all sectors of the economy, also that through Vicar Hope Foundation, government has built
Also speaking, the Director General, Women Mobilization, Chief (Mrs) Nnenna Obewu Onwuka described the women as ‘the foot soldiers’ of Governor Ikpeazu and assured that they are the political goal keepers of the Governor.
She emphasised that women have enough tangible achievements with which to win election and assured they would penetrate all nooks and crannies of Abia to campaign for the Governor.
Contributing, some women Leaders at the meeting reiterated that since the Abia North and Central had governed Abia State respectively for 8years, equity demands that Governor Ikpeazu, who has performed creditably irrespective of judicial distracts he dealt with, should complete his tenure as others did.
They vowed to reach out to other women for the Governor as well as sustain the Governor in prayers to ensure he is returned as the Governor in 2019 election. They thanked the wife of the Governor for inviting them to the meeting.