Abia 2023: Gregory Ikechukwu Charles Ibe APGA Governorship Candidate

Charles Ibe Gregory Ikechukwu is the APGA governorship candidate in the 2023 General Election under the All Progressives Grand Alliance party in Abia state, Nigeria.

Charles Ibe Gregory Ikechukwu emerged as the party flag bearer in Abia state ahead of the 2023 gubernatorial election in Abia state according to INEC schedule of election time table.

INEC has previously released the comprehensive list of all National and State election candidates in the 2023 Presidential, National, Governorship and State House of Assembly election.

Charles Ibe Gregory Ikechukwu has the political will to deliver on his campaign premises with a high level of political experience, among others things to recreate Abia state to meed the current pace of happenings around the world.

Ikechukwu, 58 is an active member of the All Progressives Grand Alliance party, born in 1964. He attended Achara Uturu Central School, Boys High School Ihube and Enugu State University Of Science Tech for primary, secondary and bachelor degree programme respectively.

Ikechukwu is competing with other politicians in the Abia state with confidence and assurance of winning the next election come 2023 holding on 11 March, 2023.

The Presidential/National Assembly election is billed to hold on 25 March 2023 while the Governorship/State House of Assembly election is holding on 11 March, 2023.

The Nigeria electorates demand that all candidates/contest in the 2023 General Election must work on their campaign premises while avoiding political thuggery and use of other people children to cause pollical mayhem and disruption.

As provided by the Electoral Act 2022, the last day for campaign by the political parties for the Presidential/National Assembly election is 23 February 2023 while Governorship/State House of Assembly is 9 March, 2023.

Ikechukwu promised to bring hope to Nigerians particularly the people of Abia state if given the  opportunity serve through the mandate delivered to the people.

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