In 2025, the All Progressives Congress (APC) will depose the current All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Anambra, according to Chris Ngige, a former governor of the state.

Speaking to reporters at his residence in Alor, Idemili South Local Government Area, Anambra State, on Saturday, Ngige—who was the previous Minister of Labor and Employment—made the statement.

Ngige acknowledged that the state is home to two competing political factions, but he insisted that this will not be an issue in the upcoming 2025 governorship race.

He acknowledged the existence of APC 1 and APC 2 in the state. That, I will not dispute. In Anambra, I represent the APC as both its father and its face. Since 2021, I’m sure we’ve welcomed a few new members.

People can come to the party in search of salvation or to rally behind the ruling government; it’s like a church; you can’t keep them out.

However, the problem is that the newcomers are afraid to face the party’s long-term members. From our days in the Social Democratic Party (SDP) to our current status as the Action Congress of Nigeria (APC), our founding members have been dedicated to the party’s cause.

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