‘Why APGA embraced reconciliation’

| January 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

DEPUTY National Vice Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief Onwuka Ukwa, said the party has chosen the path of reconciliation under Victor Umeh’s leadership to preserve the legacies of APGA, and in the spirit of the new year.

Ukwa, who spoke with The Guardian in Enugu over the weekend, disclosed that by pioneering the current peace and reconciliation process in APGA, he has asked all aggrieved members of the party to sheath their swords and embrace peace.

“Every APGA faithful and committed party member must embrace this peace and reconciliation effort unless the person has a different agenda,” he said. “Nobody ever quarrels with peace; I have told our members, let us do it in memory of our late dear leader, Dim Emeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu, who departed last year.”

Since elections are approaching, particularly the one in Anambra State, Ukwa noted, “we cannot get into those elections disunited,” so he pleaded with every member to embrace the peace and reconciliation process.

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