Okorocha, Udenwa Unite For APC In Imo, Promise To Deliver Come 2015

Rochas Okorocha (2)Gov. Rochas Okorocha of Imo said on Monday that the All Progressives Congress (APC) was united in the state.

Okorocha disclosed this in Owerri at the end of the state chapter’s Elders’ Council meeting.

He said APC was a party with good programmes and elaborate manifesto to bring the desired change for the state and the nation.

According to Okorocha APC is the only party that has structures up to the polling booth level in the state and it will take over Imo Government House by 2015 and install a Federal Government.

Chief Achike Udenwa, former governor of Imo, and Chairman Elders’ Council of the party, said all alleged differences in the party had been resolved.

Udenwa said that he had never had any personal differences with Gov. Okorocha on the party’s leadership in the state.

“We have no differences at all, but whenever you want to start something new, planning may be a little difficult, and people raised meaning as though we have personal differences,” he said.

Udenwa said all rough edges that existed in the party had been straightened and urged the people of the state to support the change proposed by the party.

He said the APC would bring desired change in the country, which, he alleged, the ruling PDP had failed to do.

The Secretary of the state APC Elder’s Council, Sen. Osita Izunaso assured Imo people that there was nothing to fear as the party was intact.

He urged the people to support the party to effect the desired change. (NAN)