By Nna Anulumadu
The national chairman All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) Hon. Barr Sly Ezeokenwa on Monday disclosed current plan by the party to empower youth with skill acquisition.
Hon Ezeokenwa revealed this while interacting with news men his office at Awka.
According to him, the great party will soon equip its regional office complex at Awka with computer sets and other gadgets that will be used in training the youth free of charge. He made it clear that APGA as party under his watch is changing the narrative about political parties viewed as platforms existing only to produce candidates for elections, explaining that his party will henceforth contribute directly to the development of the country through different ways including youth empowerment.
He stated that with APGA administration since 2006, Anambra has become a model of good governance among other states in Nigeria, positing that manifesto of APGA is all about development which the entire country can testify about in respect of sustainable transformation taking place in Anambra state.
Barr Ezeokenwa further called on Nigerian citizens to believe in the ideology of APGA and join the party in order to produce a president, more governors, legislators and other political office holders who will join hands to bring the desired change the people of the country is yearning for.
His words: ” It is time to blow the APGA trumpet. We are currently rebranding the great party to stand the test of time. We are on a mission to expand the party by installing APGA administration across the states. In essence APGA is all about transparency, visibility and inclusive leadership”.
The national chairman also revealed his plans to bring Mr Peter Obi ( the Labour party presidential candidate in 2023 general election) back to APGA, asserting that Mr Obi stood a better chance to win the presidential election land slide if he had contested on the platform of APGA, adding that Obi had already attended the APGA institute of good governance and has replicated that during his two terms as Anambra governor on the platform of APGA.