The Abia state chapter of APC has warned the opposition parties in the state not to jubilate over the health challenge of their leader, the former governor of the state Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, insisting that he is hale and hearty.
In a chat with Abia Breaking News on Friday, the state publicity secretary of the party, Comrade Benedict Godson emphasised that anybody can have a health challenge, adding that Kalu was never in coma contrary to insinuations making rounds. “He wasn’t in coma. I want to correct that impression. He only had a surgery. Anybody can be ill and be rushed to the hospital. He was never in coma, rather he was taken to the hospital.
“Some of the opposition parties are happy about that information, whether they are the creators of that information, it’s not right. He only went for a surgery in Germany and it was successful. He is strong and healthy. I spoke with him and he would soon be back” he said.
Comrade Godson who maintained that Kalu is coming to recover the mandate of the people of Abia North as a senator in 2019 said he is in good condition.
He added that the governorship candidate of the party in the state, Dr. Uche Sampson Ogah is urging Abians to remain calm as he is going to change a lot of things which the people will be happy about when he becomes the governor of the state in 2019.
He thanked the state chairman of the party, Hon. Donatus Nwamkpa for steering the affairs of the party to a greater heights. He said the party will not be distracted by a legal battle it is passing through in the state, adding that the party believes in democracy and will play by it.
Godson advised Abians to disregard the rumours of Dr. Kalu being in coma, describing it as a total falsehood. He also urged the opposition in the state to desist from discussing personalities but politics and how to develop Abia and Nigeria in general for the overall good of the people. He thanked Abians for their loyalty and support, maintaining that APC will take over leadership in the state come 2019.
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