By Ikenna Orioha
As materials were evenly distributed to Interim Management Committee Chairmen, Supervisors and other leaders of APC, the IMC Chairman of Aboh Mbaise local government area, Imo State, Barr. Emma Njoku, has stated that the registration of new members and revalidation of old members will boost the chances of APC to win elections in 2023.
Njoku, who spoke to journalists at the APC Secretariat in Owerri yesterday, said that the party took wise step in registering new members and revalidating old ones with the target of winning elections, saying election victory is largely determined on numerical strength of members and voters of the party.
According to him, “the registration and revalidation exercise will mean a lot for the party in the general election. The greater the number of members, the chances of winning for the APC. In fact, the exercise will reflect victory for APC in the future election. Many people are identifying with APC and Aboh Mabise people are also fully supporting APC and Governor Hope Uzodimma to advance development, peace and security in the society”.
He added that the exercise will enable defected PDP members and others to register with APC. Njoku hinted that APC stakeholders in Aboh Mabise are working hard to ensure that the people of the area register massively with APC.
He noted that the exercise will last for two weeks, as those who are going to see to the success of the exercise have been adequately trained.