National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress party, APC, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun has met with party aspirants in the up-coming Anambra state governorship race where he assured them of a level playing ground and free and fair primaries.

Chief Oyegun also told the aspirants that the party wants to ensure that every aspirant is satisfied and gets the needed support from the national level.

Chief Oyegun also inaugurated a screening committee to screen the aspirants for the race.

The APC National Chairman said this when he met with the Party’s twelve aspirants for an interactive session at the APC National Secretariat on Wednesday.

He said: “I decided that I should meet with you and know you more formally, have an interactive session with you because we do hear a lot of things and we hope that if there are any gaps or anything you want us to do which we haven’t done, this will be the opportunity to put this down, to vocalise them and we will see what we can do.

“What is important is that I want you to be happy, I want you to be satisfied that we are going to have a truly free, fair primaries and a very level playing ground. That is the main purpose for this meeting.”

Earlier, the APC National Organising Secretary, Sen. Osita Izunaso expressed confidence that the Party will win the Anambra governorship election. He reeled out the Party’s election timetable.

“Mr. Chairman, the aspirants are on the field moving round the entire state, canvassing votes not only for the primaries but for the main election. They have been able to sensitize the state and I am sure that at the end of the day, God being on our side, we will win that election.” he said.

On the Party’s election timetable, the APC National Organising Secretary announced thus: Screening of Aspirants (Thursday10th – 11th Friday August, 2017); screening Appeal (Monday 14th – Tuesday 15thAugust, 2017); primary Election (Saturday 19th August, 2017); primary Election Appeal (Monday 21st August, 2017).

The twelve aspirants are: Chukwuma Paul; Madu Nonso I.; Moghalu George N.; Nwibe Bart; Nwike Patrick N.; Nwoye Tony; Obidigbo Chike; Okonwko D.; Onunkwo Johnbosco O.; Uba Andy E.; Uchegbu Adoabi K. and Uzoh Obinna.

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