Anambra LP Chieftain, Orajiaka Harps on Party’s Unity

A chieftain of the Labour Party, LP, in Anambra State, Mr. Paul Orajiaka has harped on the need for the party to work together as a team to achieve success in coming elections in the state.

The former governorship aspirant stated this when he met with top executives of Labour Party, LP, in Anambra and had fruitful deliberation with them on the future of the party.

Orajiaka was welcomed to the party’s office located at Udoka Estate, Awka, Anambra State by State executives and state working committee members including the state chairman Chief Ugochukwu Emeh, Hon. Princess Ngozi Obiorah the Deputy state chairman, Col. Victor Ndulue (Rtd) the state secretary, Comrade Ekene Nnadi the state youth leader, Barrister Uche Ebo the state legal adviser, all the party chairmen and secretaries of the 21 local government.

Speaking at the brief event, Orajiaka assured the party members of his unflinching support and readiness to work with all stakeholders to ensure that the party remains a major force in the state.

He emphasised the need for unity among party members stating that the party must have a strong dispute resolution mechanism to ensure that issues that could cause rift among members are speedily resolved.

According to him, “all members of the party and those aspiring for elective offices in coming elections, should put the party first above personal ambition, as a victory for any Labour party candidate is a victory for everyone of us”.

Orajiaka, equally said “lets be united as a family and let the bond of comradeship hold the chapter together so the party takes it rightful position as a vehicle through which good governance will come to the people, both at the state and national level”.

In his address, the state chairman Chief Ugochukwu Emeh said, “the party has enough quality members and candidates who are committed to value-based leadership, the party leadership will focus of giving everyone of these quality valuable members and candidates a level playing ground for all of them to aspire for their various political interests”.

As part of his consultation with other grassroot leaders of the party, Orajiaka also met with Local Government Executives and the 20 Wards Executives of Ihiala Local Government in Okija where he also had a fruitful deliberations with them.

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