A Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), stalwart in Anambra state, Chief Ngozika Agudosi, has accused the former governor of Anambra state, Peter Obi, some governorship aspirants and some National Assembly members of the party in the state of working against the party victory at the governorship election scheduled to hold in November 2021.
The PDP Stalwart made this known while speaking on Elombah TV anchored in the United Kingdom (UK) on the recent Judgement of Abuja High Court dissolving the PDP state executive, led by Chief Ndubuisi Nwobu.
According to him, leave Olisa Metuh, Chris Ubah and some stakeholders, there are other stakeholders that do not want PDP to win the governorship election in the state.
He added, “Members of National Assembly from Anambra, how many of them want PDP to win the election, some aspirants that are contesting how many are doing this in the interest of the party, even Chief Peter Obi does he want PDP to win the election.
“I don’t fear anybody; I say things the way it is, that is why major stakeholders in PDP do want me. It is we that are suffering, we must come together.
“Evangelist Linus Nkachukwu played a major role to ensure Nwobu emerged as Chairman, but today Ukachukwu and Nwobu are not on talking terms.
“Immediately Nwobu emerged as Chairman, he sacked three members of the state executives nominated by Evangelist Nkachukwu, do you expect him to go and sleep?
“He spent his money to make Nwobu chairman of the party in Anambra state.”
Chief Agudosi also said there was no state congress when Nwobu emerged as the Chairman of the party, and blamed the party’s National executive party for impasse.