A top stalwart of Lthe All Progressives Congress (APC) Ogbonaya Onu says efforts are on top gear to rebuild the ruminr part in the South East.
Onu, who is also the Minister of f Science and Technology, said this after stakeholders’ meeting of party’s leaders from the zone which was held in Abuja.
He said that they met to plan way forward for the the party in the South-East.
“Leaders of APC in the South-East met in the residence of our governor, governor of Imo.
“We have representation from all the five states of the South-East and all our top leaders, ministers, governors, members of the National Assembly, indeed all the leaders of the South-East.”
.He vowed that by 2023, they would ensure that all the Governors of the five states in the region are APC.
“We have one governor now. We are working so that by 2023 we will be able to have five governors who are of APC in the South-East.
“We are very optimistic. We have the people and whatever problems we have, we will resolve them.
“We are also preparing for the by-elections, one in Enugu, and there is a Senate seat in Imo. We are working very hard to make sure that we win in these elections.
“We want to show that the APC is strong in the South-East and that we have the men, the women, to ensure that APC occupies it rightful place in the South-East of Nigeria,” Onu said.
Former President of the Senate, Chief Ken Nnamani, spoke on alleged defection plan of Gov Gov. David Umahi of Ebonyi to APC.
“The issue of the governor of Ebonyi is work in progress. We are not definitive about what is going to happen but we are trying to show that our party is a very large one.
“We are in the process of rebuilding the party. Our gate is wide open for every person who loves democracy.
“We are expecting many more people to join. We have very large rooms for those who are willing to join the train of APC.
“APC train has left the station but we keep stopping at various stations if any person is willing to join.
“We will pick you up and there is a comfortable seat, this is a new APC coming up,” Nnamani said