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Umeh, Ojukwu, beg for support at Ikemba’s Post-humous 80th birthday

AMAECHI PERCY ONYEJEKWE, Awka
The National Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief (Sir) Victor Umeh and Chief Emeka Ojukwu Jnr yesterday in Nnewi Anambra State urged the citizenry for support in the 2015 elections promising to be of service to the people.Umeh who was in Nnewi to celebrate the late Ikemba’s 80th posthumous birth day said that he had offered himself for the service of Nigeria, Anambra and the Igbo people. He urged the people to offer him support in the 2015 election in which he is to contest for the Anambra Central Senatorial seat.    “We are here to celebrate the 80th post humus birthday of late Ikemba Nnewi.  Were he alive today he would have clocked 80 years. We celebrate him because of his love, struggle for Igbo. We won’t forget him. I use this opportunity to solicit for your support in the 2015 elections because of late Ojukwu who was the Ikemba himself. I have offered myself for the service of Nigeria, Anambra and the Igbo people. I will not let you down”, Umeh said.    Commending Umeh for his steadfastness, loyalty to the APGA and his late father, Chief Emeka Ojukwu Jnr said that late Ikemba’s memory would not be allowed to fade away. He urged the people to support his aspiration in the 2015 election which he said he would contest for the Nnewi North/south and Ekwusigo Federal House of Representatives. He promises to protect the interest of the people if he emerges winner in the election.#

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