APGA national women leader defects to Labour Party

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The National Women Leader of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Mrs. Ada-Orji Nwanyanwu, has resigned membership of her party.

Nwanyanwu, in a letter of resignation, announced her defection to the Labour Party (LP), to work for Peter Obi, the party’s presidential candidate in the 2023 presidential election.

The letter read:“As I resign today from APGA and relinquish my position as the National Women Leader, I would like to use this opportunity to thank you for your fraternity and cooperation.

It’s been an honour working with all of you for the growth and welfare of the party. My capacity to serve in the National Working Committee as the National Women Leader was so enriching and I thank you for your support.

“As the general election is fast approaching, may we not be quick to forget the state of our nation, which is very worrisome.

“A country’s general election is always an opportunity to make a change and vote out bad leadership so that the narrative could change. Today, the opportunity to make that change knocks on the political doors of our country. “

As God may have it, all the political parties in Nigeria have concluded their presidential primary elections and various candidates have emerged.

Equally, they have all been assessed by Nigerians, those in diaspora and the international communities, and it has been determined that the best, most credible and most qualified amongst them, who has the exceptional ability to rescue and fix the failed economy of broken Nigeria is Mr. Peter Obi.

“The assessment is based on what the candidates have done in the past, their variouss achievements, and their capabilities.

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