Why Soludo may claim APGA ticket ahead of Umeoji, Nwankpo, others – Nwoye



The chairman and convener of all Soludo Support Groups, Mr. Chinedu Nwoye Glamour says the forthcoming primary election of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) would be a landslide victory for Professor Chukwuma Charles Soludo.

He said Soludo would emerge victorious because he believes very strongly that the likes of Nze Akachukwu Nwankpo, Hon. Chukwuma Umeoji, Hon. Okwudili Ezenwankwo and other co-aspirants on the platform of APGA are certainly no match for the ex-CBN governor.

Nwoye stated this during an interview with journalists in Awka. He said they were not unmindful of the clandestine moves to thwart Soludo’s gubernatorial ambition but the bitter truth remained that the former CBN governor was the best and most qualified person to take over from Governor Willie Obiano.

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He said that the November 6 governorship election was not an election the All Progressives Grand Alliance should toy with but an election it should meticulously handle to guarantee its conquest.

Nwoye said, “We are having our eyes on the ball. We know that there maybe conspiracy against him but we are equal to the task.

“As at today and as far as I know, Soludo is the best man for the job. Remember that the resources of the country is not fantastic anymore because the pandemic has dropped the income of the country.

“So we need somebody that can think outside the box and do the needful for the state to continue to move forward.

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“Soludo has the connection. He has what it takes to meet International communities to come to Anambra state on help mission.

“With all sense of modesty and respect to the individual personalities, Soludo is the best amongst all.”

He however corrected the wrong impression that Professor Soludo lacked the requisite grassroot structures to win the elections, saying that the former CBN governor was already making consultations; that he was not consulting billionaires but interfacing with ward executives who according to him were the statutory delegates for the primary election.

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