The crisis in Abia state politics; The big parties are in for a big surprise in 2023

“The big parties are in for a big surprise in the coming year 2023, therefore everyone who is hellbent of winning the election under the influence of big party syndrome may be abysmally disappointed.”

By Eric E. Mba

With the ongoing crisis in the ruling APC that assumes uglier dimension at every turn and allegations of corruptions and impunity by the Caretaker Committee that has warranted the immediate intervention of the President and leader of the party, General Muhammad Buhari, it will be foolhardy for Nigerians to gamble with APC or any of the so-called big parties for the third time.
While Abuja battles for the soul of the party at the center, the states are non-exception as internal wranglings and personal vendetta runs wild across state party executives.

IPAC Chairman and Interim State Chairman, Labour Party, Abia Hon. Ceekay Igara during a tour across the 17 LG Wards in Abia state counsels aspirants willing to run elective positions in the coming general elections to make careful efforts to identify with alternative political platforms and invest their political aspirations wisely then do the needful immediately.

In a message he delivered among Diaspora Abia state political thinktanks and Abia North delegates; “The big parties are in for a big surprise in the coming year 2023.” He said; “therefore everyone who is hellbent of winning the election under the influence of big party syndrome may be abysmally disappointed.”
“The electorates are wiser and smarter than what it used to be especially in Abia state where the ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP despite its influence and popularity has lived far below expectations to the angst and displeasure of citizens of the state.

Interim State Publicity Secretary of Labour Party in Abia state, Hon. Njoku Jeremiah Ajike, in his remark, reminded aspirants jostling for several political positions in Abia state, especially the governorship position to be very circumspectful in choosing who to align and work with to avoid colossal waste of resources and energy.
“The permutation or forecast of failure and disappointment is almost without error due to the uncertainty in the political ecosystem especially in Abia state where the APC has been engaged in endless unhealthy rivalry between factions, therefore, it will behoove any wise aspirant to explore options and identify with any of the 18 registered political parties whom are all capable of winning elections as Abia state is presently structured.

“By the will of the people and God factor, Labour Party is appropriately positioned to produce the next governor in Abia state and other key governmental positions, all things being equal, therefore it will behoove aspirants with the capacity to make the desired changes to make the right decisions while it has all the time.

It’s therefore very advisable for our aspirants to check the loopholes among the so-called big parties and reassess their chances and political qualifications before venturing into the primary election in the big parties.
By political qualifications, I mean, their score card among the masses in their wards, local councils, network across the 17 LG Wards and party pundits. These are primary criteria before your money will begin to run the necessary errands – Let nobody deceive you in the name of big party influence, it is not going to work in Abia state this time, believe me, the people are wiser now.”
Don’t forget that some of us know exactly what the “big parties” do to win election which the amended Electoral Act has taken care of.
Labour Party in Abia state is throwing an Open invitation to all willing aspirants to make the wise decision and align with the working force, the masses that sustains Abia State IGR and industry.

More so, with the signing of the electoral bill into law, the tricks of constant electoral manipulations have summarily been caged making it almost impossible to rig elections in Nigeria except whereby human errors apply which are inevitable.

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