Sen. Andy Uba Reconcile Warring APC Factions in Anambra South, Concludes Senatorial Tour [See Photos]

The Senator representing Anambra South senatorial district Dr. Andy Uba has just concluded a tour of the seven local governments ahead of the 2019 general elections.
The All Progressive Congress (APC) senator who is seeking re-election into the Senate in 2019 used the tour to interface with delegates and constituents on the developmental strides the zone has enjoyed since he became a senator in 2019.

The senator also used the tour to settle all warring APC factions in the senatorial zone.
While speaking to newsmen after the tour, the senator thanked members and stakeholders of the senatorial zone for their consistent support over the years an assured them of more dividends of democracy if re-elected back to the Senate.

“I have just concluded a tour of the seven local governments that make up the Anambra South senatorial district,” he said.
“The tour afforded me the opportunity of discussing with the people, delegates and stakeholders of our great party, the APC on the successes recorded so far.
“Before now, the senatorial zone has been rocked by all sort of factionalization which almost tore the party apart. But to God be the glory, we have been able to bring all warring factions together, thus putting an end to the internal crisis rocking the party in the local councils.”

The chairman senate committee on the interior also assured president Muhammadu Buhari and all candidates of the APC in the state of victory in 2019.
“Let me use this opportunity to thank all our supporters in Anambra especially Anambra South for the warm reception and show of solidarity I got during the tour. I urge them to keep the momentum going as we approach the main elections.
“I want to also assure president Muhammadu Buhari and all candidates of the APC of victory in 2019 as we have agreed in Anambra to align the state with the centre for more infrastructural developments.”
The senator had earlier participated in the APC presidential election in his Uga ward 1 where he voted for president Muhammadu Buhari.

A post on his social media handle reads: “At the Uga ward 1 polling unit to cast my vote for president Muhammadu Buhari in the ongoing APC presidential primary.”
“I wish to appreciate all delegates of Uga ward 1 for coming out en mass to vote for president Muhammadu Buhari during the APC direct primaries. “The turnout today is indeed a testament of what is to come during the 2019 general elections.
“Together, we shall ensure that our party, the APC records huge success in all future elections,” another statement added.

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