Nwawuo Picks Action Alliance Nomination Form For Anambra Guber Election

The National Secretariat of the Action Alliance party in Abuja came alive few hours ago with a visit by Chief Dr Nnamdi Nwawuo, an aspirant of the Party seeking election at the upcoming Anambra November Governorship elections.

He was received by Mr.Vernimbe A. James, National Secretary and Barr Malachy Nwaekpe, National Legal Adviser, both top officials of the party.

The Action Alliance enjoined leaders at all levels and members of the party to encourage and give support to all interested aspirants seeking elective positions under the Party.

Action Alliance also emphasised that all candidates, be given fair chances while choosing who the next Guber Candidate of the Party will be in the Anambra November elections.

This information was obtained from the official Twitter handle of the Action Alliance, @ActionAlliance4 on Saturday.

@ActionAlliance4 wrote: “Chief Dr Nnamdi Nwawuo (IGWE AYAYA), an aspirant to the Anambra state Governorship contest was at the National HQ for the party’s blessing. The National Secretary, Vernimbe A. James and National Legal Adviser, Barr Malachy Nwaekpe, received the August visitor.

“The National Chairman enjoined leaders at all level and members of the party to encourage and give support to all interested aspirants under our great Party, by given fair chance who the next Guber Candidate of our Party will be in Anambra state.”

Meanwhile, National Chairman of the Action Alliance, Chief Barr. Kenneth Obidiche Udeze told TheFact Nigeria that Dr. Nnamdi Nwawuo had picked his nomination form for the Anambraguber elections.

Pictures sighted by TheFact Nigeria also showed the aspirant receiving his nomination form from the Action Alliance National Chairman, Chief Udeze in the presence of Party officials.

With the recent deregistering of the 74 political organizations in the country by the Supreme Court, the governorship election in Anambra State slated for November 2021 would be keenly contested among candidates from the 18 political parties approved by the Independent National Electoral Commission, (INEC).

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