Contrary to the wicked rumours on the health condition of the Governorship candidate of the PDP for Abia State, Prof. Uche Ikonne, the State Governor Dr Okezie Victor Ikpeazu has assured that he would soon bounce back and rejoin the ongoing campaigns in the State.
Governor Ikpeazu stated this while speaking as a guest on a Flo FM Audience-Participatory programme. He disclosed that Prof. Ikonne has left the hospital where he was receiving medical attention. “I want to report some progress and the progress is that Ikonne is recovering gradually and progressively. He has left hospital. He’s going through convalescence.”
Governor Ikpeazu said emphatically that the medical vacation of Prof. Ikonne is not in any way affecting the ongoing PDP campaigns. According to him, “PDP is very powerful party. There’s no party that is this kind of strong as PDP. No party can call a ward meeting in all the one hundred and eighty four wards Abia State.”
He used the opportunity to inform that Abia PDP is commencing another round of ward rallies to inform Abians more about the need to vote massively for the PDP, informing that “we are going back to our ward campaigns again, we are going back to speak to our people again”
The Governor said Prof. Ikonne was hail and hearty and he addressed the mammoth crowd during the flag off of the PDP State campaign and said no other Governorship candidate in the State has been able to address such a mammoth crowd”
” When the G5 Governors came to Flag off our campaign, Professor Ikonne was there. He was there and very fit. He was in the Gala Nite that was held in honour of the G5 Governors in my house till 2am” He maintained that, Prof. Ikonne equally gave a speech on the rally day, saying that no other Governorship candidate in the state has mounted a podium before such a mammoth crowd.”
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