Anambra 2025: Ochiogu begins Underground Work For Soludo's Victory


Anambra 2025: Ochiogu begins Underground Work For Soludo's Victory


By Polycarp Ifeanyi, Onitsha


A head of 2025 Anambra State election which the incumbent Governor, Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo is expected to win for his second tenure, the President general of Ogbaru Main Market, Chief Ndubuisi Ochiogu has started underground work to ensure that Professor Soludo to get landslide victory.


Addressing all the members of Ogbaru Local Government Area zonal women leaders who paid him courtesy visit in his office, Ochiogu urged them to rededicate themselves more to the services and programs of the present  Anambra State government which he asserted is the best administration comparable to the previous administrations.


He admonished them that the present administration in the State under Professor Charles Soludo has the interest of Ndi Anambra at heart and had been working towards achieving better standard of life to the good people of the State.


He further warned them against politics of distrust as well as reminded them that APGA remain the only Party own by  Ndigbo irrespective of the wrong chantings of political detractors.


" APGA as a Political Party is Igbo Party" Nka bu Nkenyi " and we can not afford to abandon it. It is one of the legacies which our great hero,  late Ikemba Odimegwu Ojukwu kept for Ndigbo. Therefore, let us guide it jealously. Igbos have no other home except Igboland" Said Ochiogu.


Chief Ochiogu who knows all the women leaders individually explained to them  that he was successfully piloted the affairs of politics in the state for fifteen years, advising them to strategize more in order to make Soludo proud come 2025 election.


Responding, Chief Mrs. Ilo Aneke who spoke on behalf of her colleagues poured accolades to Chief Ochiogu for the warmth welcome he accorded to them as well as his piece of advise, even as she reassured him their unalloyed support to the government of Professor Soludo for the development of the State.

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