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The All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA earlier today  took its campaigns for the January 13th Anambra Central Senatorial District Rerun election to Idemili South Local Government Area. 
The campaign rally was held at the Council headquarters Premises, Ojoto. 
Government House correspondent Taeshie Benjamin  was there and tells us more. 
The rally which was well-attended by APGA faithful and supporters from the 7 communities in Idemili South Council Area, commenced with the arrival of Governor Willie Obiano who is the Chairman of Chief Victor Umeh Election campaign committee chairman.
Among dignitaries who also came to show solidarity with the APGA Senatorial Candidate were Deputy Governor Dr Nkem Okeke, the Member representing Orumba North and South Federal Constituency in the National Assembly, Chief Ben Nwankwo, the wife of Late Biafran leader, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, Ambassador Bianca Ojukwu, frontline businessman, Chief Ifeanyi Ubah, and many others. 
Addressing the mammoth crowd, Governor Obiano said the people will again make a strong statement that APGA remains the party to beat in Anambra and the entire SouthEast, noting that there is no going back on the movement of the people. 
Governor Obiano who assured the people that the election will hold on Saturday, urged the people to come out enmasse and vote for Chief Umeh as he has what it takes to effectively represent Ndigbo at the Senate. 
The APGA Candidate for the Senatorial election, Chief Umeh promised the people that if he is elected, he will avail the people quality representation as well as work closely with Governor Obiano to bring dividends of democracy to Ndi Anambra and advance the party to other SouthEast States. 
In their separate remarks, the wife of Late Biafran leader, Ambassador Bianca Ojukwu and the Member representing Idemili South in the State Assembly, Bar Chuka Ezenwune described Chief Umeh as APGA's number one foot soldier who has fought for the survival of Ndigbo and deserves the people's support to make it to the Senate. 
Earlier in their welcome remarks, the State chairman of APGA, Sir Norbert Obi and the Transition Committee Chairman of the Council Area, Mr Don Unachukwu noted that the victory of APGA in the upcoming Senatorial election will pave the way for the smooth entry of APGA into other SouthEast States as it will mark the first time the Party will produce a Senator. 
Various support groups during the rally performed to show their solidarity with the APGA candidate.

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