Former Abia State House of Assembly Aspirant, Ignes Ogbonna Defects from APGA to APC for Stronger Political Alignment

Nnadozie Victor

Hon. Ifeanyi Elvis Ogbonna, previously an aspirant for the House of Assembly in Abia State and the CEO of IGNES International, has announced his departure from the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) to join the All Progressives Congress (APC). His decision, rooted in a "deep conviction," reflects his belief that the APC better embodies the principles driving his movement.

In an official statement issued by his media director, Amb. Nwankwo Chisom, Ogbonna articulated his confidence that aligning with the APC will enable his movement to chart a more promising course for the constituents in his area. He emphasized, "Our political journey has consistently centered on serving the best interests of our constituents. Transitioning to the APC is a strategic move aimed at amplifying our capacity to positively impact the lives of those we represent. The APC's dedication to good governance, inclusivity, and sustainable development deeply resonates with our core values."

Expressing gratitude to steadfast supporters, Ogbonna assured them of an unwavering commitment to their well-being and the advancement of their beloved state. He stated, "Together, we'll work towards fostering a more robust and contemporary relationship within Abia State."

The move marks a significant shift in Ogbonna's political affiliation, signaling a deliberate stride towards a more aligned political platform to further his commitment to serving the populace.

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