The Chairman of the Young Progressive Party (YPP), in Abia State, Nelcinn Chimex Uluocha, has vowed that the party would take over the governance of the state in 2023 and render efficient and quality services to the people.

He spoke at a massive rally to unveil the candidates under the platform of the YPP, held at Ngwa High School, Aba during the weekend.

Uluocha reiterated the readiness of the party to change the status quo and position the state on the path of growth and development, admonishing the youths and all progressive-minded Abians who long for a better Abia to embrace the YPP.

Speaking during the event, the National Chairman of the Young Progressive Party, Bishop Amakri, expressed satisfaction with the massive support the party enjoys in Abia State, saying YPP candidates will deliver dividends of democracy to the state.

He also reiterated the assurance of the party leadership to change the narrative of governance in Abia through its candidates.

The gubernatorial candidate of the Young Progressive Party, Enyinnaya Nwafor and the running mate, Chima Desmond Anyaso, in their speeches pledged to render effective services to Abia people and as well as make the state her envy of other states.

They urged the youths and all progressive-minded Abians to take their destiny into their hands by registering for the Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs), which remained the only weapon to enthrone good governance at all levels in the forthcoming 2023 general elections.

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