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With the November 11 Imo governorship election just around the corner, Professor Charles Soludo, the National Leader of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) and Governor of Anambra State, has affirmed the party’s unwavering confidence in emerging victorious, offering assurance to supporters.
Soludo shared this sentiment during a meeting with Sir Tony Ejiogu, the APGA governorship candidate in Imo State, at the Anambra State Government House in Awka.
‘You’ll agree with me that Imo State has been a stronghold of APGA. Most of our founding fathers are also from the state. Imo is APGA, and APGA is Imo. We have been through trials and tribulations in the past, yet we remained strong as a party. It’s time to reclaim Imo through our persistence and consistency,’ Soludo stated.
He added: ‘APGA is the first party to be registered with the word “progressives” in its name. In APGA, we believe in true federalism with a mandate, core value, framework and structure to move the nation forward.’
Soludo exuded confidence in APGendeavourin Imo State, noting that the demanding endeavour of unseating an incumbent is achievable, citing the party’s significant historical support and electoral successes in the state.
He pointed out that APGA’s devotion to the development and betterment of Imo State is exemplified by their choice of a reputable candidate, Sir Tony Ejiogu, and he encouraged the voters to come out in force and rally behind the party.