“I’ll take backseat & allow others to lead”, Hon Mascot declares

April 1, 2021
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The leader of APC Aba North/South and the flag bearer of the just concluded Aba By-election, Hon. Mascot Uzor Kalu (Nwa Aba) hosted his supporters, APC family, Reality Organization, MUK, and OUK movement today at his residence to especially thank them for their overwhelming support and love before, during, and after the election.

He begged everyone to let bygones be bygones and fight to hold the utmost goal which is to build a strong APC.

“This meeting was called to especially appreciate you all for your Steadfastness, dedication, and genuine love throughout the campaign and election proper”

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“Please Nobody should grumble for any reason as tomorrow holds great things for us all”

He thanked the Almighty God for protecting the APC family and all that worked for the success of the party even amid the thuggery and election violence that the opposition employed.

“Remember while the opposition wanted the election at all cost, we chose life over bloodshed and therefore won lives and lost the poll, no election is worth the life of anybody”.

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Hon. Mascot Uzor Kalu addressing his supporters
Hon. Mascot Uzor Kalu addressing his supporters

He pointed out that in the spirit of sportsmanship and his love for NDI ABA he has congratulated Chimaobi Ebisike and that he will not go to court, so as not to give the declared winner a reason not to provide good representation to the good people of Aba and I will always support any plan that will benefit Ndi Aba.

He further stated that he will support APC at all cost and will stand with any candidate who intends to contest for House of Assembly or House of Representatives in Aba North and South Federal Constituency under the platform of APC, stating categorically that he will step aside for 2023, but will support APC as a leader and as a statesman.

“After a self-evaluation, I have decided I will take a back seat to allow others to lead come 2023 but what I will not support is someone coming a few months to election to contest, if you are Interested to come now and join hands to build the party in Aba”.

Engr. Mike Ozoemena, Chief George Nnanna Kalu, Dr. Iyke Okolo, Eze Egege, Mrs. Ngozi Orji, and others who spoke thanked Hon. Mascot Uzor Kalu for being such an exceptional leader and pray that his good intentions for the people of Aba and Abia, in general, will come to reality soonest.

Towards the end of the occasion/ Dinner celebration Mascots Uzor Kalu in his Magnanimity Donated the sum of 2million Naria to the party Men which left the party people Astonished, prayers were offered for the betterment of Aba and Abia at large.



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