Two former Nigerian Presidents endorse Prof Soludo for governor – Obiano

APGA affairs

The Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano has said the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance in the November 6 poll, Prof Chukwuma Soludo, will win up to 90% of total votes cast in the poll.

Obiano stated on Thursday in Awka, the Anambra State capital.

He said, “Leaders of opposition parties in the state will not only vote overwhelmingly but also campaign vigorously for the candidate of APGA in the November 6 gubernatorial election in the state”

He said he was confident that Soludo, would win up to 90% of votes in the governorship because of the “immense popularity of his nomination among Nigerians who wanted the best for Nigeria, starting with Anambra State.

Obiano said,”All Progressives Congress leaders across the nation are among the almost uncountable number of Nigerians who have been congratulating the people of Anambra State on Soludo’s emergence as the APGA gubernatorial candidate last Wednesday.

“All my phones have been buzzing ceaselessly.None of my four telephones can take text or WhatsApp messages any more. There are too many messages in the inbox of each of my personal and official email addresses. It is all about Soludo”.

“The messages have been coming from development partners, the organized private sector, bishops, clerics, market union leaders, professional associations, the organized labour, traditional rulers, town unions, student bodies, two former presidents, numerous former state governors, academics, writers, ndi Anambra in the Diaspora, National Assembly members, heads of federal and international agencies, people with physical disabilities, petty traders, and so on”.

By Ifeizu Joe

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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