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Anambra 2025: I Will Beat You Silly, Ubah Warns Soludo

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The Senator representing Anambra South in the red Chambers of the National Assembly, Ifeanyi Ubah, has vowed to defeat Governor Charles Soludo in the state’s governorship election which is slated to hold in 2025.

Uba pointed out that he possesses the capacity to defeat Soludo because he’s a professor of street politics, unlike the governor who is a professor of economics.

He declared that Anambra can’t continue as a one-party state, stressing that the people are craving for change within the political system.

Addressing newsmen on Tuesday, the lawmaker said: “I’m not a Professor of Economics, but I’m a Professor of street politics.

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“Anambra cannot continue to be a one-state party. The people are tired and angling for change and we know Mr President knows the potential in Anambra too.

“We need a governor whose primary reason for running for the governorship seat of the state is to make our state a secure place for human development. We need a governor who will not only ensure the security of lives and property but will also, make life meaningful for our people so that every person can realize and maximize his or her potential.

“We need a governor that will match words with action, for without action, words will surely be a ploy to deceive our people. Our people have been deceived long enough. They need action now.”

The Eastern Updates recalls that had a fortnight ago indicated interest in contesting the state’s governorship position in 2025.

He said: “I repeat, I will do a single term in office if I win the election. I don’t need more than four years to develop the state. I don’t need four years to implement some of the plans I have. A singular tenure of four years is my commitment to the Anambra people. I will give them quality, robust, and direction-driven leadership.

“I will shrink the current and past government into 20 per cent; 80 per cent of the content I intend to bring in Anambra has not been discussed before. In four months of being elected, I intend to conduct local government elections and they will stay for four years. This will shed the weight of governance off the governor, and the 21 local governments will run on their own and development will be simultaneous.”

Ubah insisted that he would do things differently. “I know you will say that others have made such promises, but this is my commitment to the people that I will do a single term. I’m different from those who have given this promise before. My people know me as one who sticks to his word. I will have a resounding engagement with stakeholders meeting, and some of them will be written and others verbal,” he stated.

The senator avowed that he who must govern the state must have assets in the state, saying: “The people know that you are one of them and have assets that make you a stakeholder in the state.

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