Soludo Rose On The Legacies Of Peter Obi – LP National Chairman

The National Chairman of the Labour Party, Barrister Julius Abure, stated that Anambra State Governor Charles Soludo rose on Peter Obi’s legacies.

Barrister responded to Governor Soludo’s attack on Peter Obi, saying that Soludo came to power on the platform of APGA, and Peter Obi developed the party, consolidated it, and fought for the people of Anambra, giving the people the confidence to continue voting for APGA.

The statement read, “The governor of Anambra state you could see that his comment is born out of selfishness. His comment is born out of self-centeredness; it is born out of desperation. It is born out of envy and jealousy. I mean for somebody who was CBN governor, who should know the importance of investment which has been acclaimed by other governors to be one of the best that he has done in Anambra State; I mean for such a man to demean such a person, will tell you that he is acting from a selfish point of view. And therefore Soludo does not control the majority of the people of Anambra states. He does not have control over what plays out in Anambra State.

Barrister Julius Abure

“I want to also say clearly that even Soludo rose on the legacies of Peter Obi. He came to power through the platform of APGA and Peter Obi built the party, consolidated it, and worked for the people of Anambra, which gave confidence to the people to continually vote for APGA. And therefore one can say clearly without any fear of contradiction that Soludo is riding on the legacies of Peter Obi because if not that Peter Obi built APGA through his performance, by instilling confidence in the people to have confidence in the party. Soludo would not have had the platform on which he would have become governor.

“Therefore, I see Soludo’s comments as a distraction, and I urge the people of Anambra to treat it with a pinch of salt to discountenance it, disregard it. By the time we take our campaigns to Anambra, we will test and see who is popular in Anambra. Like Sony Okosun would say, we will know who owns the land. So very soon we will know who owns the land by the time we take our campaigns to Awka, to Onitsha, to Nnewi, we will know who owns the land and by the grace of God, by next year, we will see who will control and win Anambra State.

“The opinion of Soludo is a minority opinion and should be treated with a pinch of salt. It’s very clear that he’s not speaking the mind of Anambra. It is a minority and myopic point of view, and the people of Anambra, even without consulting them, I can say it clearly that it is not a popular opinion and that’s why I’m saying that.

“By the time we take our Campaigns to Anambra state, very soon, and because of his comment, Anambra State will be the state that we will take our campaigns to very soon so that we can test our popularity and test to see who owns the land. My candid advice to him is that he should tune down his comments because he would be destroying his future, and destroying himself if he continues along these lines.

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