2023: ADC Will Build A Conducive State That Abians Would Be Proud Of – Don Norman | WATCH VIDEO

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The Abia State Chairman of the African Democratic Congress (ADC), Obinna Don Norman, has assured that the party if elected in 2023 would build a conducive state, one that Abians can proudly identify with.


Don Norman while speaking to ALL FACTS NEWSPAPER on Wednesday, expressed confidence that ADC has all it takes to takeover power from the ruling PDP come 2023.


According to the chairman, the ADC is better than the ruling PDP, and other opposition parties and are not looking for rejected candidates to fly its flag.


He noted that Abians need a credible candidate that will transform the state and make the people feel the impulses of change.


“Abians do not need insatiable politicians, we need someone who is sensitive to our plights.


“Abia state is going to be alive under the ADC; put sentiments aside and vote for a credible governor” Norman charged Abians


Norman revealed that the ADC will hold its congress on May 7th, 10th and 12th, 2022(ward, LG, State).




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