‘We should also remember that there was no primary in APGA that presented Sir Victor Umeh, even when there is new APGA puppet chairman who has no balls to call for primaries.’
It is shocking that my state borrowed over 20 billion naira so far and spending most of them to disqualify, sorry to buy disqualifications for candidates that will run against the life chairman of All Progressives Grand Alliance [APGA], Chief Victor Umeh .
This morning, our reporter in Abuja reported that emissaries from Anambra State acting as APGA brokers are shopping for Independent National Electoral Commission [INEC] officials to write a letter disqualifying the Peoples Democratic Party [PDP] from presenting a candidate for Anambra Central Senatorial election re-run.
It is alleged that one billion naira was made available for the shopping.
The one thing bothering mind is: Will INEC, in the face of the anti-corruption crusade of President Muhammadu Buhari, accept to sale to these hustlers?
We should also remember that there was no primary in APGA that presented Sir Victor Umeh, even when there is new APGA puppet chairman who has no balls to call for primaries.
Or, at the least, ask for some of this money they are wasting pursuing disqualification of Ekwunife and shopping for INEC to stop PDP.
Their fear stemmed from the notion that Sir Peter Obi will fly the flag and therefore making Umeh to either step down and become his campaign manager which is his natural gift or stand to lose to Obi even in his own family .
We are watching to see how stupid INEC will get in face of this bundle of cash and the wrath of Buhari.
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