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Nigeria: Made In Anambra Cars Will Be Official Government Vehicles If I Become Governor- Prof. Soludo

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By Iliya Kure

The Gubernatorial candidate of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in forthcoming Anambra state electron Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, says made in Anambra Vehicles will be his official vehicle if he wins the election.

Soludo stated this when the National Leader and Chairman, Board of Trustees of the party, Governor Willie Obiano led party members to Nnewi North Local Government Area (LGA) on campaign.

According to Soludo, Nnewi spirit is the Igbo spirit, saying that it is in line with the General orientation of his manifesto, to have livable and prosperous homeland.

Prof. Chukwuma Soludo campaign in Nnewi

 

APGA flagbearer said that Nnewi started the experiment of Aku Luo Uno principle which led scholars from outside Nigeria to Nnewi, stressing that they will patronize made in Anambra product, pointing out that with their cooperation, his administration will implement his manisto to make Nnewi a place to sort for and urged them not to throw away their votes by voting for the wrong party.

Governor Obiano who appreciated the people of the area for voting him when he ran for his second term in office, emphasized that with the people, APGA is better positioned for victory.

He added that Professor Soludo has all it takes to do better than him.

Prof. Chukwuma Soludo campaign in Nnewi

Defectors from other political parties were recieved into APGA at the event.

Source: ABS

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