Charles Chukwuma Soludo
2 days ago
Anambra State, with the epithet: ‘Light of the Nation’, has, for many years been known for churning out pleasant surprises in several facets of life.
The Anambra State Governorship election has been won and lost and barring any hiccup from the court Governor Willie Obiano will hand over the baton to Professor Chukwuma Soludo in March next year.
For Soludo, it was a journey that began some 12 years ago. The road was snaky and the aspiration very shaky. There were bumps and crevices, betrayals and backstabbing.
The nation heaved a sigh of great relief. We expected the worst in the Anambra State governorship election on November 6 but we received a most pleasant surprise.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), yesterday, listed Chukwuma Soludo as All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) candidate for the November 6 Anambra governorship ballot.
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