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2025: I Never Claimed That Ubah Can’t Win Anambra — Moghalu

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The immediate past Managing Director of the National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), Chief George Moghalu, has debunked a viral report that he claimed that Senator Ifeanyi Ubah ‘cannot win Anambra for APC’ in the Anambra 2025 governorship poll.

In a statement yesterday from the George N. Moghalu Media Centre (GNMMC), Moghalu described the propaganda as the handwork of a faceless group.

He alleged that the propaganda news report was sponsored with the sole purpose of creating disaffection.

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The statement read in part, Our attention has been drawn to the fake news being circulated by a faceless group with the above-referenced caption and credited to our principal, Chief Dr George N. Moghalu.

‘It is evidently clear that this is a sponsored article with the sole intention of creating enmity between our principal, his friend, and his brother, both leaders of our great party in Anambra State.

‘Ordinarily, we would not have responded or reacted to this junk journalism except that it became necessary following the concerns expressed by well-meaning members of the public, particularly our party members.

‘It is very unfortunate that these faceless elements are trying everything possible to twist facts that are before the public.

‘The interview granted by our principal was widely reported in the Sun Newspaper, Nation Newspaper, Thisday, and Daily Trust Newspapers.

‘From the content of the interview, it is clear that the headline under reference only exists in the imagination of those spreading the fake news. For the avoidance of doubt, let us set the record straight.

‘At no point in the interview did our principal say that Senator Ifeanyi Uba could not win Anambra for the APC.

‘We will therefore advise these hatchet writers to take out time and read the interview, which is in the public domain, and endeavour to practise responsible journalism.’

He therefore urged the public to disregard what it called baseless and sensational headlines, adding, ‘We wish to state that our principal is ever ready to join other progressive-minded stakeholders to move the party forward.

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