Charles Soludo, Dumps Peter Obi, Reveals Preferred Presidential Candidate

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Gov. of state has declared his support for Justice Peter Umeadi, the All Progressives Grand Alliance’s presidential candidate, ahead of the 2023 elections.

The governor criticised , the presidential candidate of the , at the same time by claiming that the Obidient Movement is a offshoot.

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The former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, , claimed that is still the third-largest political party in in a statement by his Special Adviser on Political Matters.

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APGA has great chances of winning the general election in 2023, according to Soludo, who thinks the main opposition party acted unfairly by giving the North zoning rights over the Southeast.

Soludo Added that According to the number of political offices the party has gained, APGA is still Nigeria’s third-largest political party.

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“APGA has state governors, National Assembly members, and state assembly members.

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“APGA does not see the “Obidient Movement” wave as a threat to achieving its objectives by 2023.

“The PDP has spawned the and the ‘Obidient Movement. As a result, they seriously threaten PDP rather than APGA.

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Recall that Soludo ran for office on the APGA platform and won the Anambra governorship election in November 2021.

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The Governor of Anambra State, Charles Soludo in an interview on Channels TV claimed that the investments of the former governor of Anambra state, Peter Obi and his investments in the state were worth nothing.

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