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Anambra Elections: Governor Obiano leads Soludo’s campaign council



In a bid to strengthen its chances of winning the November 6 governorship elections in Anambra State, the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, has created a National Campaign Council, NCC, for its governorship candidate  Professor Chukwuma Soludo. 

The campaign Council would be headed by the Governor of Anambra State, Chief Willie Obiano as Chairman, while the National Chairman of APGA, Dr. Victor Oye will serve as Deputy Chairman.

Other members include former National Chairman of APGA, Chief Victor Umeh, former Deputy Governor of Anambra State, Dr. Nkem Okeke, Dr. Chinedu Emeka, Mr. Emeka Sibeudu, APGA BoT members, Dr. Labaran Maku, APGA National Secretary, APGA current National Assembly members and Sir Norbert Obi.

Details of the campaign council released by the National Publicity Secretary of the party, Barrister Tex Okechukwu, on Sunday showed that the party also named Professor Chukwulobelu as the Director General,  DG, of its State Campaign Council.

Other members of the 9-man APGA State Campaign Council include Hon. Primus Odili, Campaign Secretary, Finance and administration, and Hon. Chinedu Obidigwe, Deputy Director General in charge of Operations, Strategy and Security among others.

The party also announced the Constitution and names of Local Government Areas campaign Principal Officers to ensure a comprehensive campaign at the grassroots ahead of the election.

Speaking on the latest development, the National Chairman of APGA, Dr. Victor Oye said the party was going ahead to organise robust campaign machinery to participate in the    governorship poll.

He assured that party will emerge victorious notwithstanding the drama playing out at the INEC with the electoral umpire conspiring with impostors to cause confusion within the party.

Dr. Oye was optimistic that the party would get favourable judgment from the court of jurisdiction and that the party’ s governorship candidate, Professor Charles Soludo will win at the polls.

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