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Gov. Soludo Of Anambra State Has Made An Appeal To Citizens Of His State Ahead Of March 11 Election.

The Governor of Anambra State, Prof Chukwuma Soludo has made a special appeal to citizen of Anambra state ahead of March 2023 Governorship and State house of assembly elections.

In his appeal the Governor urges the people of his State not to vote any other party except APGA.

We should that Soludo won the Governorship seat of Anambra under APGA, he 's urging his People to complete the voting by voting for APGA.

Soludo stated that having APGA people around him in Office will facilitate more development in the State.

This event was reported on the social media by vanguard news broadcasting platform.

They stated that Governor Chukwuma Soludo of Anambra State has pleaded with the electorate of the state to vote for candidates of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in the upcoming March 11 State House of Assembly poll.

Soludo made the supplication through his Press Secretary, Christian Aburime, who addressed columnists on Saturday in Awka.

He expressed deciding in favor of APGA candidates during the political race would assist him with supporting the rhythm of advancement across the 21 Local government region of the state.

The Governor said the most effective way for individuals to help his organization's advancement steps was for them to enormously cast a ballot for APGA candidates in the political race.

He made sense of that monstrous help for APGA's applicants would empower him to work and draw in additional profits of a majority rules system to the state.

"Assuming we have APGA in charge of the State Gathering, we will keep on taking care of our responsibilities unhindered. yet, assuming the resistance is permitted to have their direction, it implies that improvement will be slowed down," he said.

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