Abia Today: Abia 2019 Power Tussle Begins As APC Battle PDP For Uche Ogah


Abia Today
Below is the 9th edition of 'Abia Today' by Mr Onyema Courage.

9th edition titled: Abia 2019 Power Tussle Begins As APC Battle PDP For Uche Ogah

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Just within days after the Supreme Court ruled out Uche Ogah's suit against Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu, the Abia State chapter of the APC has indicated interest in the 2015 gubernatorial aspirant of the PDP, Dr Uche Sampson Ogah ahead of the 2019 general elections.

Notable members of the APC, led by the Chairman of Contact and Mobilisation Committee, Iheanacho Obioma, yesterday visited the Onuaku country home of Ogah, where they urged him to decamp to APC in view of being their governorship candidate come 2019.

Obioma said Ogah would be an “outstanding asset to the APC that is fast gaining popularity in the South East.”

The leaders of the APC  equally sympathised with Uche Ogah on the alleged ill treatment he received from the PDP.

Responding, Ogah hinted that he had not finally giving up on  PDP nor ready to join any other political party.

2019 seems to be far for an average abian to talk about the general  elections, but to politicians, the quest has already began.

Not forgetting the misunderstandings between ex governors  T.A Orji and Orji Uzor Kalu, one can possibly be right to guess why APC are desperate to have Uche Ogah considering the fact that he pulled a popular legal fight against Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu.

 Does it mean that  Orji Uzor Kalu is trying to recover power through Uche Ogah and the APC come 2019?

That appears to be the very BIG QUESTION for the weekend.

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