Posted on Tue 15 Jan 2019, 11:28 AM

Action Alliance (AA) governorship candidate, Uche Nwosu yesterday insisted on supporting President Muhhamadu Buhari in next month’s presidential poll.

 Nwosu reacting  to a statement credited to the National Chairman of AA  that he will expel him if he continues to support Buhari said he is ready to carry all the members of AA in Imo state to ensure Buhari wins the election.

"We have made up our mind in Imo State chapter of the party to support President Buhari and nothing can change that. No amount of threat or blackmail can change our decision. The AA can decide what they want in other states, but in Imo we have made up our minds and nothing can change that.

“The support for President Buhari is far and above party or religious inclinations and it is a task I and other members of the Action Alliance are committed to and we must deliver."

Meanwhile the National Chairman of the party Mr Kenneth Udeze had earlier pedged the party’s support for Atiku Abubakar. He said 

“We are for Atiku/Obi leadership and we are glad to work with all believers of true federalism and efficient administration of governance at all levels to accomplish this as we approach the forthcoming elections.

“The National Executives Committee (NEC) of our party are on the same page concerning our support for Atiku, same with all our State chapters in this matter. “We  hereby restate out position through this medium that AA as a certified and active member of the Coalition of United  Political Parties (CUPP) have not for a moment reconsidered or wished to alter that position.

“For your information, AA moved the motion for the adoption of  Atiku as the Presidential Candidate of CUPP, and we are on it to the end,” he said.

 

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