Thursday, March 16, 2023


The leadership and members of the Aba Landlords Protection and Development Association (ALPADA) have been urged to support Chief Okey Ahiwe, the People's Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for governor, by Abia State Governor Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu. 

Ikpeazu made an appeal ahead of the governorship vote on Saturday, highlighting the fact that supporting the PDP and Ahiwe is a vote for maintaining the peace, security, and stability that Abia has experienced under his (Ikpeazu's) administration since 2015. 

When ALPADA representatives visited him at the Governor's Lodge in Aba, Ikpeazu thanked them for recognizing the peace that has existed in the state of Abia since 2015 and assured them that Ahiwe would improve upon it if elected as the state's next governor on Saturday. 

"I am pleased that Aba Landlords members acknowledged that Aba and Abia State have been peaceful and secure since I became governor in 2015," he said. I beg you to vote for Chief Ahiwe in order to maintain the tranquility, safety, and stability that Abia has experienced under my leadership. 

Chief Ahiwe will carry out the tasks that I was unable to complete. He belongs to our group. He is an Aba man like me and began his career as a trader in Ariaria. He won't desert Aba and Abia State either. 

"He will complete the projects that my administration didn't finish and do more. Please vote for Okey Ahiwe and the PDP on Saturday, I beg Aba landlords and their tenants. 

"I don't want our people to do anything wrong that will set us back. We will move backwards if we cast a vote against PDP. I applaud our citizens for choosing Peter Obi. We have established ourselves as Ndigbo with Peter Obi. I and Peter Obi came to an understanding, so I'm not upset that I didn't go to the Senate. " . 

Sir Alphonsus Udeigbo, President-General of ALPADA, praised Ikpeazu earlier for the improvement of the city's infrastructure as well as for the peace and security in Aba. 

"Governor, on behalf of Aba Landlords, I want to thank you for the infrastructure improvements in Aba, including the flyover. 

"Sir, I also want to thank you for maintaining the tranquility and security in Aba. We have been residing and conducting business in Aba since 2015 without ever having to worry about a security breach or an attack of any kind. 

"Because of the insecurity in Anambra and Imo States, I can't recall how many times I have visited Anambra State since 2020. I am from Anambra State, and before that, I used to go there twice a month. 

In his remarks, Ahiwe thanked the ALPADA members and pledged, if elected, to work to maintain the state's peace and security.

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