Ifeatu Obi-Okoye, the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) Chairman for Anambra State, has stated that there is little likelihood that any opposition will be able to unseat state governor Charles Soludo in 2025.
The party, according to Obi-Okoye, is not scared of the Obedient movement since it will eventually fade.
Speaking to reporters in his Awka, the capital of Anambra State, office, the chairman said this.
He maintained that APGA had defeated Obi’s endorsed candidates and would probably defeat any of them in 2025.
He said, “By Labour candidate you mean Valentine Ozigbo, is it not? Unfortunately, that name has become synonymous with losing elections. If he contests, he will be contesting against his homeboy from Aguata (Soludo).
“So, I can say the ObIdient man (Obi), APGA has beaten him twice. We beat him when he brought a man from Ogbaru, Oseloka Obaze, and we beat him again when he brought Val Ozigbo.
“What happened in the last Obidient Movement is a lesson to Igbo and should not repeat itself. It was like what happened in 1967 when we went to war with Nigeria without preparation. It is not likely to happen to Ndigbo again.
“There will be no Obidient movement in the Anambra governorship election because that movement was tied around an emotion to become president of Nigeria. It had nothing to do with Peter Obi as a person.”
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