Moghalu warns APC Governorship Aspirants Against Politics of Hatred


The All-Progressive Congress (APC) aspirant, Chief George Moghalu, Managing Director, National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) has warned governorship aspirants of the party against politics of bitterness and hatred on the November 6, 2021 election.

This happened in his campaign office, Awka, the state capital during an interactive session with party elders under the protection of elders’ forum.

“I urge my fellow aspirants and party members to eschew politics of bitterness, rancour and campaign of calumny because such have the capacity of tearing down the party, He said.

“I appeal to all of us that there’s nothing to quarrel about. It is God that gives power. Fortunes can be delayed, but destiny can’t be changed,” the aspirant added.

He also stated that governorship election must be done through free, transparent, and fair primaries and anybody to be nominated must be through this means. The aspirant expressed that anything short of this would deprive the party from winning the election.

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