The Allied Peoples Movement (APM) emphasises service to the people with integrity and sacrifice, and not zoning.
The party’s governrohsip candidate in Enugu State, Ken Ikeh, a lawyer, stated this in an interview with newsmen in Enugu.
According to him, “We cherish equity and social justice, but we cannot sacrifice service to the people to a straight jacket zoning system that obstructs the emergence of people of high capacity and competence in the struggle for power.
“APM believes in the ability of any dedicated Nigerian irrespective of tribe or tongue to give good leadership to any part of the country. Therefore the APM has prepared herself for the 2023 general election as you can see from INEC publications in respect of Presidency and National Assembly positions.”
Ikeh described APM is gender sensitive, having been the only party in the 2023 general elections with a female as its presidential standard-bearer.
Quoting him, “APM is the only political party that fielded a woman as her presidential candidate in the person of Her Excellency, Princess Chichi Ojei, a prominent Delta State-born politician and astute administrator.
“I have also presented myself to serve the people of Enugu State, and we shall stop at nothing in ensuring that the people of Enugu State get a better deal come 2023 general elections.”
On the party’s structure, Ikeh said, “I tell you with sincerity that a good wine needs no bushing. We shall criss cross the length and breadth of Nigeria and spread the message of a new Nigeria anchored on social justice, empowerment and economic growth.
“We shall regenerate the can-do spirit of the average Nigerian and together we shall see a new Nigeria in 2023. APM, her members and teeming supporters are ready, eager and willing to do everything within the law to ensure victory at the polls.”
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