Former Minister of Labour and Employment, Sen. Chris Ngige, exuded confidence in the All Progressives Congress (APC) as he predicted the party’s ascent to power in Anambra, dethroning the ruling All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in 2025. Speaking from his residence in Alor, Idemili South Local Government Area, Ngige articulated this belief during the distribution of aid to party members, the elderly, and persons with disabilities.

Acknowledging the internal factions within the APC in the state, Ngige remained undeterred, assuring that these divisions wouldn’t impede the party’s victory in the upcoming 2025 governorship election. Emphasizing his role as both the patriarch and public face of the APC in Anambra, he recognized the influx of newcomers since 2021, likening the party to an open church welcoming all seeking political refuge or wanting to bolster the existing government.

Despite the influx of new members, Ngige highlighted a significant challenge—these entrants were seemingly reluctant to acknowledge or collaborate with longstanding party contributors. He underscored the importance of honoring the efforts of those who have dedicated themselves to the party’s growth over time, signaling a need for unity and mutual respect among old and new members alike.

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