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ABIA PDP DID NOT SUBMIT GINGER ONWUSIBE’S NAME TO INEC AS A CANDIDATE–Hon. Elder Amah Abraham

The attention of Abia PDP has been drawn to a disclaimer by Mr. Ginger Obinna Onwusibe alleging that our great Party, the PDP has submitted his name to the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC as the winner of the Isiala Ngwa North State Constituency primary election held on May 22, 2022.

It has become imperative to put the records straight and let the general public know the true position of the Party on Ginger Onwusibe’s claim.

We state in very clear terms that we have in our possession, payments made by Ginger Obinna Onwusibe for the Expression of Interest and Nomination forms and sworn affidavits to contest the Isiala Ngwa North State Constituency seat under the PDP. We also have records that he participated in the last PDP State House of Assembly primary election and lost woefully to a very credible candidate.

Ginger Onwusibe’s unstable character made the stakeholders of the party in his constituency lose absolute confidence in him, and the PDP in its wildest imagination will not field him for a councillorship election in his Ward knowing full well that he will fail.

The good people of Isiala Ngwa had clearly become disenchanted with Onwusibe’s representation and in time made a good decision to show him the way out. The disappointment was caused by many reasons, among which was his outburst against Abia North.

Onwusibe had stoked the embers of discord between the good people of Ukwa la Ngwa and Abia North at the inception of the search for a successor to our able governor when he unadvisedly said there was no person in Abia North capable of flying the Party’s flag for the 2023 governorship election. The attempt to create enmity between two peace loving people was unbecoming of a man who occupied his position in the State and it did not go down well with the elders, stakeholders and the Party faithful across the entire State.

This disenchantment caused by his unguided and uncouth outburst was evidenced in the way he was roundly defeated by a very credible aspirant who will fulfill the yearnings and aspirations of the good people of Isiala Ngwa North State Constituency in the coming dispensation. To them and to the Party, he is a good riddance to bad rubbish.

It is also unfortunate and pitiable that a man who has been part of this process for so many years will out of confusion and desperation fail to understand that, by the provisions of the new Electoral Law, the date for submission of names of candidates for the 2023 elections by political parties to INEC has not fallen due. PDP has not submitted any candidates names to INEC, let alone Ginger Obinna Onwusibe’s.

We call on the good people of Isiala Ngwa North State Constituency and all members of the Abia PDP to disregard this laughable claim. It is a figment of his imagination and nothing can be farther from the truth.

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