14 March 2021 by MATHEW AYOOLA
Action Alliance, AA, has re-elected its National Chairman, Chief Kenneth Udeze for a second term.
He was re-elected during the National Convention of the Party in Abuja.
Commenting on his re-election at the Convention which was attended by delegates and Executives of AA in all 36 States and the FCT, Chief Kenneth Udeze thanked members of the Party for giving him another mandate of four years.
Chief Udeze therefore promised to consolidate on his achievements by ensuring that AA wins the Presidential election come 2023.
He also pledged to introduce new measures to reposition the Party for greatness across the country.
While soliciting the support of members of the Party, Chief Udeze said the National Executive Committee of AA has approved the expulsion of some members for gross misconduct.
On Security, Chief Kenneth Udeze called for creation of State Police as part of measures to tackle the security challenges confronting the country.
The National Chairman of AA who expressed concern over the level of insecurity in the country stressed the need for more collaborative efforts in combating kidnapping, banditry, terrorism and other forms of insecurity facing the country.
Highlight of the Convention was the affirmation of National Secretary, Mr Vernimbe James and other 25 National Executive Committee members of the Party.