Appointments: Soludo won’t forget party members – APGA

By Nwafor Okafor


The National Co-ordinator of APGA Media Warriors Forum, Chinedu Obigwe, has said the Anambra State Governor-elect will not exclude party members from appointments.

Obigwe stated this in a statement made available to newsmen on Tuesday in Awka, following a publication by one
Eneh Victor Chigozie that Soludo was gradually sidelining APGA members in his scheme of things.

Describing Eneh’s insinuation as laughable, Obigwe said only armchair critics would hold such opinion.

He said Eneh was long paid by the opposition party to pull APGA and its government down.

Obigwe’s statement read in part,” The only thing is that his own type of critics also collect money from some APGA members that habe little faith and that are not reliable to do their evil bidding.

“A genuine supporter of APGA and Soludo will not associate themselves with the above referred cock and bull story authored by Eneh Victor Chigozie.

“All genuine supporters of Soludo are confident that he will not disappoint the party members and they are also confident that he will not abandon them.

“It is not true that Soludo, the incoming Governor is excluding APGA members from his yet to be constituted government.

“When he (Soludo)released list of his Transition Committee members, those that I will refer to as people of little faith started saying this same cock and bull story and I debunked it immediately.

“What I know is that Soludo is doing his best to avoid working with eye service experts and sycophants.

“He will assemble the best team and it will be made up of people that will do the work with genuine commitment.

“It will be a cabinet of those that have the passion to work with him in delivering dividends of good governance to ndi Anambra.

“I know very well that the feeling of some people is that Soludo is unpredictable and they are not sure if he will pick them to work with him. That is the way it’s supposed to be and there is nothing wrong with it.

” Soludo is a product of APGA and the last thing he will do is to abandon the party he used as a vehicle to actualise his governorship ambition.

“He knows very well that the party he used as a vehicle to become Governor elect needs servicing and he will definitely service that vehicle.

Obigwe said only people of little faith were the ones losing hope on Soludo and they were probably the ones who paid Eneh to write for them.


Ifeizu is a seasoned journalist and Managing Editor of TheRazor. He has wide knowledge of Anambra State and has reported the state objectively for over a decade.

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