You may recall that Honourable Emeka Ihedioha's governorship was set aside by the Supreme Court, while Hope Uzodinma was declared as the Governor of Imo State on the 14th of January 2021. However, Honourable Emeka Ihedioha still has a lot of supporters in Imo State and this may see him back to at the Douglas House in 2023.
2 Facts That May Make Hon. Emeka Ihedioha Win The 2023 Gubernatorial Elections:
1. Honourable Emeka Ihedioha opened the eyes of many Imolites to the fact that a government can effect so much positive change in a State, within a short time(7 months), hence, many Imolites may want to vote Hon. Ihedioha back into governance, to see how much development he can bring to Imo State, if given ample time.
2. Many Imolites are impressed by Honourable Emeka Ihedioha's peaceful reaction to his removal by the Supreme Court and they believe that the former governor is a man who has the best interest of the people at heart. Imolites want a governor who lays emphasis on peace and unity in his State, hence, they may want to vote for Hon. Emeka Ihedioha.
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