Ndigbo in Lagos are developing a strategy for 2023
Ndigbo in Lagos state has appointed leaders to work to ensure that the All Progressives Congress (APC) gets the best outing in 2023.
Leader Jude Idimogu, representing the Oshodi / Izolo II state constituency, began mass mobilization and informing all Igbo in Lagos of the importance of belonging to the ruling party.
He named 40 members of the group and some dedicated leaders as Executive members of The Ndigbo in the APC, who were charged with starting grassroots outreach and mobilizing the Ndigbo in Lagos to ensure the party’s victory in the subsequent elections.
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Membership in the Executive body covers 20 local authorities and 37 local Council development areas under the chairmanship of chief Ernest Nwamkpa and Deputy Chief UBA Chukwubunna.
The others are Comrade Temple MBA (Secretary); Christopher Okonkwo (assistant Secretary); Ms. Vivian Obi (Female leader); Amaka Njoku (assistant female leader) and Ikenna James (Youth leader).