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Anambra 2021: Ngige serves APGA government quit notice

Ahead of the 2021 governorship election in Anambra state, chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), and minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, has asked the ruling All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, in Anambra State to begin the process of parking its belongings out of the government house, noting that his party, would take over the state in 2021

The minister, who gave the warning while addressing members of APC at Alor in Idemili South local government area of the state during an empowerment programme regretted that the APGA led government would be voted out because it has failed to leave up to the peoples expectation, maintaining that the APC was determined to do everything possible to install a new government in Anambra State

He said: “Anambra people are saying that they never knew that the APGA government had no plan to develop the state as nothing is going on. The only good roads in the state are the ones I built 15 years ago when I was the governor.

“The situation in the state is terrible and some people are saying we should not talk about it, but we must talk because it is our money that is being spent.

“We are, therefore, serving a note of warning to the present government in the state and we are telling them to start packing their things so that they won’t tell Anambra people that they forgot anything in Government House after the 2021 election.

“We know the tricks they used in the past and this time, we will police them properly. If APC takes over Anambra State, we will do the same magic we did before. We will grant autonomy to the local governments and turn the state around for good again,” he promised

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