..says Appeal Court Judgement was confirmation of crystal clear election victory
The All Progressives Congress (APC), Abia State chapter, has reacted to the Appeal Court victory of the Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Hon. Benjamin Kalu, over his PDP opponent, Chima Anyaso.
Publicity Secretary of Abia APC, Comrade Benedict Godson, said that there was no time panic set into the party concerning Hon. Kalu’s victory because his victory was visible to the blind and audible to the deaf.
He stressed that the victory at the Appeal Court yesterday was just the final legal confirmation of the truth which everybody in Abia State already know, but were just waiting for a legal pronouncement to make it clearer to the detractors that Bende is APC.
Godson urged Hon. Kalu to continue with his good works for both Abia and Nigeria, stressing that his voice is becoming one of the positively loudest in the Green Chamber.
“The Appeal Court victory is just a legal confirmation of what everyone was already aware of. He won convincingly.
“For us, we had no reason to bother because even the blind and the deaf saw and heard about his convincing victory during the election. There was no iota of doubt about that.
“Bende wanted a real Representative and Bende got their man. I’m sure that both Bende, Abia and Nigeria as a whole is enjoying this man’s impact already.
“His presence is never missing at the National Assembly because he’s always available there. He never abandons his primary duty.
“You see, we’ve passed the stage of sending unprepared heads to represent our people. Whenever this man speaks, you see a man who’s prepared and focused.
“The party’s message to him is to carry on with his good works because we trust him and believe in what he can do,” Godson said.
Video of Hon. Kalu’s victory dance, where he was in his office, dancing and celebrating with friends and probably aides went viral yesterday.
In the video, he was heard saying thank you to God Almighty and at the same time taking each person at the office for few seconds dance of victory.