- The Women Will Present Award Of Excellence To Him And Endorse Him As Best Candidate For Aba North/South Federal Constituency.
The Dynamic Women Organization For Good Governance, DWOGG, a group of progressive women poised to enthrone good governance in our society have chosen Sunday 11th and Monday 12th of December, 2022 for prayer and fasting to God for the electoral victory of Hon. Chief Alex Ikwechegh the All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA, candidate for Aba North and Aba South Federal Constituency.
The women decided to pray to God because of their sincere desire to ensure that the good people of Aba are properly represented at the Green Chambers having lost a former member Hon. Representative Ossy Prestige who gave governance and representation a human face by bringing home democracy dividends to the grassroots.
They women decided to pray and fast for Hon.Chief Alex Ikwechegh victory because they see in him a double quality of Hon. Ossy Prestige who restored Aba back to her former glory. The women believes Hon.Chief Alex Ikwechegh is the true answer to the prayers of Aba people for good Governance.
At the end of the prayer and fasting programme on Monday 12 December, the women will present an “Award Of Excellence” to Chief Alex Ikwechegh. (Onyecha na Aba) and endorse him as the best candidate for Aba North and Aba South Federal Constituency.
They women decided to be fully involved in the 2023 electoral progress because as mothers they are always at the receiving end of any bad leadership which informed their earnest determination to enthrone a people oriented representation through Hon Chief Alex Ikwechegh (Onyecha na Aba)
Aba is the commercial center of Igbo nation and it is a Federal House member who knows his onions can drive home quality democracy dividends in other to place Aba in her rightful place .
They enjoin those who love the progress and development of Aba to queue behind the candidacy of Chief Alex Ikweche Onyecha naAba … the APGA candidate for Aba North and South Federal Constituency for proactive representation come 2023.
Hon. Mrs Chinwe Ukwuoma
Mrs Mesoma Egbogu