APC Chieftain, Egbo Jaro Revalidates Membership, Lauds Reconciliation Process In Delta

By Erere Prosper

In line with the directives of the National Working Committee, NWC of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Olorogun Jaro Egbo has revalidated his membership of the party alongside with his wife, lady Vivian Egbo.

Egbo who was registered at his polling unit, Uduere community, in Ughelli North local government area of Delta State, described the exercise as when completed, APC will be a party to beat in future elections.


He said, “Today I have come with my wife to revalidate our APC membership as directed by the National working Committee of our great party.


According to the APC 2019 Delta State House of Assembly candidate, “With this revalidation exercise, the party is going to wax stronger as some members of the national Assembly, former governors and governors are decamping from their party to join us because they know that 2023 is for APC.


Despite all our challenges, we are moving on and I will enjoin all our leaders to support the registration fully so that we can take the party which is greatest party in Nigeria to the next level.


Speaking on the reconciliation process embarked on by leaders of  party in Delta state Egbo said, “In 2019, I as a person was a victim of that division, I won the House of Assembly election but lost at the Supreme Court on the ground that we do not have a candidate.

Olorogun Jaro & Lady Vivian Egbo at Uduere community revalidating their APC Membership

“We have learnt our lessons from that scenario and now that our leaders have decided to reconcile, it will be better for all because united we stand, divided we fall and we determine to ensure that our votes this time carry the day because we want to win all positions in Delta from the presidency to the local government”.

“Our chances are better off now compared to 2019 and I am using this medium to call on all APC members and others who are intending to join the party to come and register”.

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