Vice Chairman, Senate Committee on Petroleum Resources Upstream, Senator Ifeanyi Ubah, Young Progressives Party, YPP, Anambra South has said with the right machinery, the party can develop to be the ruling party in not just Anambra, but other Nigerian states.
Having his say in the midst of YPP Stakeholders, members and leaders at a meeting in Nnewi, Ubah said the party can become one of the greatest and biggest political gatherings in Nigeria.
He then begged party members, leaders and Stakeholders to stay focused on everything that concerns Young Progressives Party.
His words, “Members should remain steadfast, resolute and focused on the affairs of the party.
“Party members should be wholeheartedly committed to building and consolidating the party’s core values, activities, vision and mission, while reminding them that as emerging third force, YPP in no distant time will not just be the ruling party in Anambra.
It will grow to become a large political party in Nigeria.
“Furthermore, I thank the party faithfuls for their continuous support and i support the party to raise a generation of young dynamic leaders from the party.”
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Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah (born 3 September 1971), is a Nigerian businessman,entrepreneur and currently the Senator, representing Anambra South at the Nigerian senate and CEO of Capital Oil which he founded in 2001.
Ifeanyi was born as the first son of seven children to Mr. & Mrs. Alphonsus Ubah in lugbe, a small town in Abuja(f.c.t). Due to the inability of his parents to cater for the educational and material needs of their children, Ifeanyi dropped out of Premier academy , Lugbe, abuja to learn trade at a young age. He has attended several local and international business courses and seminars in leadership and business management.
Ifeanyi became an exporter of motor tyres and spare parts majorly in West Africa including Ghana, Sierra Leone, Liberia and DR Congo before he expanded his business ventures in some countries in Europe including Belgium and the United Kingdom.
Ifeanyi Ubah is married to Uchenna Ubah, a Business Administration graduate from Ahmadu Bello University, with whom they have 5 children. He also runs a foundation called Ifeanyi Ubah Foundation.