Action Alliance Inaugurates National Executive Committee

13 April 2021 Mathew Ayoola

The Action Alliance, AA has inaugurated its National Executive Committee, NEC.

On the occasion in Kado Abuja, the National Chairman of the Party, Chief Kenneth Udeze who thanked all members of AA for giving him the opportunity to serve for the second term promised not to betray the confidence repose in him.

Chief Udeze said he would deploy his wealth of knowledge and experience in both party politics and secular leadership in repositioning the party for greatness

According to him, he will pursue a five key agenda that would focus on peace and unity through genuine reconciliation, security and consolidation of AA in the politics of Nigeria.

The National Chairman of AA stated that a data base for members would be put in place while a scholarship scheme and Small Scale Ventures Initiative as well as Youth Empowerment through sports talent hunt, skill acquisition and modern agriculture would also be established.

” My leadership shall leverage on the relative peace and unity amongst our leaders of thought towards ensuring the success of the party in future elections” he explained

Chief Udeze pledged to do everything possible in involving Nigerian youths and women in the political sharing formula of the country

The National Chairman of AA used the occasion in calling on the Federal Government to strengthen community policing towards protecting lives and property in the country.

Chief Udeze who said the Party was able to get 10 legislative seats in 2019 election stated that the Party would partner political parties of like minds in taking over power at the centre in the 2023 Presidential election.

“I want to assure every member of the party wherever you may be , 2023 is our year. We are hoping to win at least, five States in the governoship election and expand so that in the future, we can talk about taking over power in the center with the collaboration of other political allies” Chief Udeze added

Other NEC members inaugurated included the National Secretary, Vernimbe James and other 26 others.

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