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HON. (RAPJOE) CHIBUZOR UNACHUKWU hosts APC Ward Executives and Ogbunike Community



The Anambra North Zonal Co-ordinator of Coalition of ASHA APC Candidates 2019, Hon. (RAPJOE) Chibuzor Unachukwu over the weekend hosted APC Ward Executives and Ogbunike Community at his residence in Ogbunike.

HON. RAPJOE UNACHUKWU, A strong stakeholder of APC from Anambra north and a Loyal party Man contested APC primaries for HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES for OYI/AYAMELUM federal CONSTITUENCY in 2019.

He was also the HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY CANDIDATE for OYI CONSTITUENCY who performed marvelously well in the said Election. 

HON. RAPJOE UNACHUKWU commended the Ogbunike youths for embarking on social and economic programmes that have been of immense benefit to Ndi Ogbunike.

He used the occasion to distribute *bags of rice* and *cash* as palliatives to the *APC WARD EXECUTIVES* and Ogbunike Community to help cushion the effects of the deadly Coronavirus Pandemic.


"My primary responsibility is the welfare of my people, I have been doing this and will continue to expand my reach to as many people as possible in our community in this hard time. We turn to God for wisdom and comfort and pray we defeat this deadly virus as soon as possible for things to return to normal; so I appeal to you to always put on your face mask and stay safe" he said

HON. RAPJOE UNACHUKWU also appreciated the *APC party ward executives* for the visit and thanked them for their continued support.

In Appreciation, The APC WARD EXECUTIVES and Ogbunike Community thanked HON. RAPJOE UNACHUKWU so much and assured him of their continuous support in his party and political sphere.

The guests were all well entertained as numerous dance groups, masquerades and other side attractions added glamour to the Occasion.



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