Valentine Ozigbo, Anambra PDP Chieftains Welcome Olisa Metuh To Anambra


Valentine Ozigbo, the leading Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) aspirant on Wednesday, February 24, 2021, joined several high-ranking members of the PDP family in Anambra State in welcoming the former National Publicity Secretary of the party, Chief Olisa Metuh as he arrived Anambra State.

Chief (Barrister) Olisa Metuh is a graduate of law from the prestigious University of Nigeria, Nsukka and is a former investment adviser with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Chief Metuh is a founding member of the PDP and has held several national offices in the party. He is a former National Auditor of the PDP and was a member of the party’s National Working Committee (NWC). He was later elected as the National Vice Chairman of the party for the South East zone and most recently served as its National Publicity Secretary.

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While speaking to journalists at the reception held at the Anambra State secretariat in Udoka Estate, Awka, Mr Ozigbo expressed happiness at having Chief Metuh back home as he was received at the PDP office.

“I’m excited that we have this kind of event where we have gathered to celebrate and not to mourn. At some point, one of our leaders in the PDP, Chief Metuh was in captivity and was unhealthy. Today, he is free and looking very fit.

“Now, it’s time for him to bring to bear his experiences at all levels of the PDP, especially as we gear up for the 2021 governorship election in Anambra State.

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“So I’m excited to have someone with the calibre of Chief Metuh out and fully prepared to help us launch a new dawn in Anambra State,” Mr Ozigbo added.

Other PDP stalwarts who welcomed the Chief Metuh include Chief Okey Muo Aroh (Ike Abatete), a member of the National Executive Committee; Chief Ndubuisi Nwobu, the PDP Chairman in Anambra State, members of the Anambra State PDP executive, local government leaders, and hundreds of party members.

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