Ohanaeze covers for Soluda over feedback towards Peter Obi

A high socio-cultural group in Igbo land, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has attacked the Governor of Anambra State, Charles Soluda, over his touch upon the previous governor of the state and the 2023 Labor Celebration presidential candidate, Peter Obi.

This was how the Igbo group mentioned they dragged Solud to 2 deities in Igbo land, for discrediting the legacy of Peter Obi.

The group mentioned this in a press release signed by its Secretary Normal Okechukwu Isiguzoro on Tuesday.

In a prolonged letter, Soludo claimed that Obi was not prepared for the presidential race, stating that he was simply chasing a cruise.

However in a press release, Ohanaeze mentioned: “Governor Soludo was dragged by Ndigbo to 2 well-known deities and deities (Chokoleze in Mbaise and Ubiniukpaba in Arochuku) due to his unreasonable public behaviour.

“Governor Solud’s actions are ridiculous, unreasonable and untimely; there was no room for the governor’s outburst and the sanctions towards Soludo to confront the Igbo deities will function a deterrent to South East politicians employed by enemies of Ndigbo and Nigerians to disrupt Obi’s presidency in 2023.

“Governor Soludo uncovered and accused himself of treason when he discredited the APGA and Labor Celebration presidential candidates as unviable alternate options to win the 2023 elections.

“How can a state governor of two presidential candidates (APGA and LP) make such a public assertion?

“He has confirmed that he’s the primary enemy of the brand new Nigeria and has been employed by an unpopular presidential candidate who’s on the lookout for Igbo politicians to destroy Obi’s recognition forward of the 2023 elections.

“We advise Soluda to focus on the present disaster in Anambra State and APGA and cease making insinuations and curses on the particular person of Mr. Peter Obi. The LP presidential candidate shouldn’t be in the identical political occasion with him and he isn’t combating the Anambra state authorities.”

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