A stalwart of the All Progressives Grand Alliance APGA, Chief Poly Chinenye Ezumoha, popularly called Polysamez has, on behalf of himself and his Double Team organization, sent a goodwill message to APGA women in Imo State on their annual August meeting and prayer retreat.

He said such meetings are not only necessary but crucial as they offer opportunity for feedback aimed at charting a course for the future as “we all agonize and pray for divine intervention in the unfolding socio-political developments in our dear state”.

“I commend our mothers for coming together to pray and fast for change in the fortunes of our families, communities and the state as a whole. This attests to the fact that as mothers, you recognize and accept that extra steps need to be taken towards coping with the emerging challenges in our political space.  I note with great pride that women in our great party are conscious of current happenings and ready to do their bit by praying for divine intervention necessary to salvage the current deplorable situation in our state.

I and my group, The Doable Team (Ndi Okwere Omume)wish you well as you meet and hope that your deliberations will be part of definite steps geared towards genuine leadership change in our dear state, Imo”.

Continuing, he said, “the Doable Team believes that despite the abundant human and natural resources in Imo State, the people are not getting a fair deal as regards the management of their resources, hence the need for a revolutionary positive change to build the Imo State of our collective dreams”.

He opined that Imo State is in dire need of men and women with conscience to genuinely rescue her from present and past years of purposeless leadership and bad governance.

“We therefore welcome the idea of this meeting as we see it as part of the current momentum to galvanize the populace into taking their destinies in their hands and wish to assure our women of our support, and promise to work together on all political activities geared towards achieving Imo of our collective dreams”.