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Hon. Prince Nnamsom Nwafor Orizu Returns Back to APGA Family

 Hon Prince Nnamsom Nwafor Orizu, the former Chairman, committee on petrol eum resources in Anambra state, and the present special assistant to Chief Dr Willie Obiano on youth entrepreneurship has returned to APGA with pomp, as APGA members in Otolo ward 1, in Nnewi North L.G.A welcomed him back in an event that was well attended by APGA party stalwarts, with representations from Anambra state government and the zonal leadership of APGA in Anambra South Senatorial zone. In his keynote address to members of APGA, Hon. Nnamsom Nwafor Orizu, stated that he resolved to return back to the APGA family. After due consultations with major stakeholders in Anambra project. He said that after due consultations, with family and close political associates, he decided to reconcile with His Excellency, Chief Dr Willie Obiano, and other APGA party stalwarts to join hands in returning his Excellency to a second term in office. He therefore renounced and retraced his previously held view

Ifeanyiubahgate: Nnewi Youths Ground Commercial Activities in Nnewi, seeks justice for Ifeanyi Ubah

Youths of Nnewi community in Nnewi North Council Area of Anamnbra State, today, staged a peaceful protest, demanding the release of Dr Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah over the continued incarceration of their brother, the chairman of Capital Oil and Gas Industries Ltd., by the officials of the DSS. The youths, under the aegis of “Nnewi Youth Forum”, carried placards and marched through major streets of the industrial city chanting songs depicting anger, and frustration over the continued detention of their brother and mentor.   The youths carried inscriptions in some of the placards which read: “DSS, obey court order”; “Please, take Ifeanyi Ubah to court, we are in a democratic state”; “This is democracy, not military rule”; “Is there no more respect for rule of law and human right in Nigeria?”; among other inscriptions. Addressing newsmen after the rally, the President-General of the group, Hon. Onyekwelu Udeze; flanked by the Secretary –General, Prince Ezenwa Nwachukwu; noted with