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Steer Clear From Selling APGA, Ezendigbo Warns Governor Soludo

Presidential runner, Chief CBN Onwuasoanya Ezendigbo has issued stern warning to Anambra State governor, Charles Soludo to jettison any attempt to sell the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), averred that such move could have a negative implication. In a statement issued and made available to the Newsmen, "Direct warning to governor Charles Soludo to steer clear and not to sell the APGA political party which he didn't created or founded." The founder of Better Nigeria For Better People, Chief CBN Onwuasoanya Ezendigbo bared that, The founder of the (APGA) political party is Chief Dr Chekwas Okorie De Ojeozindigbo,
he handed it over to late Chief Chukwuemeka Odunemegwu Ojukwu De Dike Di Oramma of Igboland as Presidential aspirant during his time. The authentic chairman of the APGA is Chief Edozie Njoku currently, Meanwhile, Anyone making deal without him is null and void. To set the record straight, Supreme court stands the ground of highest court in the land and has given verdict over the authentic Chairman of the Party, All those people riveting plots to damage, sell APGA will be defeated in no time, he noted. Anambra State have become a red zone in the wake of alarming crimes perpetrating all over, the flood has killed many, businesses are down, governor Soludo should use Anambra resources to develop the state rather down lobby for individuals. APGA remains one of the oldest political parties in Nigeria, older than PRP, APC, founded over twenty years ago, governor Soludo wasn't among the founders, so, he has no right to use the party for negotiation, said Ezendigbo.

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