Sunday, 29 January 2017

APC Registration: OZB Warns Against Any Form of Remuneration

APC Registration: OZB Warns Against Any Form of Remuneration
...Hails Okorocha on Imo Air

Following the resumption of member re-validation and registration for the ruling All Progressives Congress, the people’s man, Rt. Hon. Ugonna Ozurigbo, has gone ahead to warn registration officers to refrain from asking for any form payment to register any intending registrant or any individual who wants to re-validate his or her membership in the party.
This message was conveyed to newsmen at the Umudurueze Hall, Umuozu, Nwangele LGA where the Deputy Speaker had gone to re-validate his membership of the party.

In his remarks he proposed that registration is free for which reason there was no way anyone was going to be asked to pay to be registered.
Continuing the ebullient legislator revealed that the APC is not a fraudulent party and has no intention to defraud its members and intending members by making them part with sums of money to enable them get registered.
He stressed that it wasn’t unusual for registrants to tip registering officers but it was wrong for the registering officers to demand any form of remuneration.
The legislator who is also verily referred to as Enyioha, after putting down his thumbprint, stated in clear terms that it was time for the people of Nwangele to join forces with APC by ensuring they are registered with the party thereby making a bold statement of to guarantee that they lay a healthy stake in the party.
To ensure that the booth leaders are properly motivated he made a monetary donation to help ease the duties of the booth leaders whose job it is to attract new members to the party while ensuring that old members stick with the ideology of the party.
Ozb informed the booth leaders that he was also going to give a gift to the ward with the highest number of registrants while adding that APC Nwangele had a target of registering thirty thousand new members.
Meanwhile, the number five man in the state has praised the Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, for the commissioning of the latest Rescue Mission project, the Imo Air.
He described the partnership between the Imo Statement government and Dana Air as an investment that will certainly ensure that the government gets another stream of income for the state while creating secure jobs for hundreds of Imolites.
He strongly urged the Governor to continue to do more for the state not minding the ridiculous criticisms from some unscrupulous individuals who are bent on seeing only negativity in all the positive works of the present administration.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much OZB for clearing the air as people had rumored of being asked to pay money before they could be registered which kept some of us wondering.