SUMMIT: Anambra Youth Sends Quit Notice To Governor Soludo
An Abuja-based business mogul and chieftain of the Labour Party, Godwin Agbasimalo has declared that based on the miss-steps and vituperations of Anambra governor, Prof Chukwuma Soludo, the Labour Party(LP) has given him a four-year quit notice.
Addressing supporters, made up principally of youths and women at the Awka sensitization Youths’ Summit, Agbasimalo pointed that as the main political party on ground LP will unseat Soludo in the next Governorship poll in Anambra State.
The Ezinifite-Nnewi-born High Chief and Board of Trustees member of LP charged Anambra electorates to jettison money-politics so that those Nigerians who assume that Igbo’s could be bought and sold would be disappointed.
According to him, LP remains the main attraction nationwide, “because we are people-based party on ground nationwide, we will sweep the stakes in the entire poll in 2023”.
The chairman of the Youth wing of LP who organized the summit, Ekene Nnadi in his opening remark noted that the sensitization summit and distribution of LP branded souvenirs was aimed at ensuring a sweeping victory for the party in the coming general election.
The Anambra South Senatorial candidate of the party, Dr Obinna Uzor, urged for a sustained education campaign for the electorates to recognize the logo and be able to alwfor distinguish it from other party’s logo.
Senator Victor Umeh, the Anambra Central senatorial candidate assured all the voters to stick to LP and her candidates for a revolution of good works when they get elected.
The Anambra North senatorial candidate, Dr Tony Nwoye charged all to go pick up their voters cards, as that remain the tool with which to vote in LP massively.
The national Organizing Secretary, Chief Clement Ojukwu expressed deep concern over the rising insecurity in the South East characterized by the infamous unknown gunmen. He therefore charged them to take back the nation by restoring security, peace and confidence.