Anambra 2021: Soludo Senses Danger In APGA, Begins New Political Realignment
By Eneh Victor Chigozie
Prof Charles Soludo senses political danger, begins a new realignment
Prof Charles Chukwuma Soludo who was lured into APGA during the 2017 Anambra state governorship election with a promise of giving him the party’s ticket in 2021 is already realigning with a new political force.
In one of our previous reports, we stated that the cabal in APGA has dropped Soludo on the prevailing notion that Madam, who has taken total control of events in both party and govt is tilting towards the young oil mogul from Osumeyi while the chief of staff prefers the new commissioner for health. He was appointed a commissioner in order to groom him ahead of the 2021 election.
Prof Chukwuma Soludo sensing that he has been schemed out of APGA, was seen at Abuja fraternizing with a new political force.
In order to remain loyal to APGA and Agu Awka, Prof Soludo do not attend any political and social events outside APGA functions.
But last night at Abuja, we sighted Prof Soludo at the dinner organised by Chief Sir Emeka Offor at the NICON Hilton Abuja.
Sir Emeka Offor who is also my boss, organised the dinner for his political and business friends. Another guber hopeful aligning with the new power block and sighted at the dinner is Hon Osita Chidoka.
Tactically, Soludo has aligned with the new political force for the 2021 journey.
Now, take a look at the above picture.
One of them will be sworn in as the next governor of Anambra state on March 17, 2022.
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