Soludo Campaign Gathers Momentum As APGA Says Anambra Guber Seat Not For Sale
The ruling All Progressives Grand Alliance APGA in Anambra state says the gubernatorial seat which will be voted for on Nov. 6 is not for sale.
The party also vowed to resist any attempt by some people to bribe the electoral umpire and security agencies during the election in order to pave way for their fraudulent victory.
Prof Chukwuma Soludo, candidate of APGA and his running mate, Dr Onyeka Ibezim disclosed this at a stakeholders’ meeting of Awka South 11 Constituency in Amawbia held on Sunday.
They alleged that there were clandestine moves by some unpopular governorship candidates who had been going about bribing people with millions of money.
According to them, they claim that the election results have been written and that the election is over.
“We also have it on good authority that they have been approaching some staff of the Electoral umpire
in a bid to manipulate the process but they should know that it will not work because the governorship position of the state is not for sale,” they said.
Also speaking the convener of the meeting and member representing Awka South 11 Constituency Chief Chukwuma Okoye said that it has become necessary for the people of Obizi to unite and throw their weight behind Soludo.
Okoye reminded them that the running mate on the ticket, Ibezim does not only complement as the best in tge race but was also from Obizi which is Awka Constituency 11.
The lawmaker on behalf of his constituents assured Soludo and his running mate that Obizi people are solidly behind them and would make them win in the area.
Also speaking, Chief Harford Oseke, former deputy speaker of Anambra House of Assembly said gone were the days when after voting everybody would go home.
Oseke said, “this time we shall remain there and count the votes, follow the results to the collation centers and make sure our votes count.”