This Day (Lagos)

31 December 2012

Nigeria: Apga, Upp Seek Positive Change in 2013

The All Progressives Grand Alliance [APGA] and the United Progressive Party (UPP) have expressed the hope that the country will witness positive change and deep transformation in her affairs in 2013.

APGA in its new Near Message to Nigerians issued Monday by the National Director of Publicity, Mr. Ifeanacho Oguejiofor, urged all to do away with the worries of 2012 and strive to work for unity, peace, justice and good governance in 2013.

"APGA wishes that the new year will be a new dawn and a turning point for Nigeria and Nigerians, when the eclipse of corrupt tendencies prevalent in the country will be over, and the sun of great possibilities and actualizations, shinning so bright, for the world to see, " he said.

Iheanacho said APGA would like to see all Nigerians be good Ambassadors, agents of positive change and to ensure deep transformation, in their personal and public lives in this 2013.

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