Gov Poll:  Every Nigerian Citizen In Anambra Should Support Soludo — Nzeribe 

Raymond Ozoji, Awka
A concerned Nigerian citizen living in Anambra state, Uzor Enzo Nzeribe, has said that it is a moral obligation for all Nigerian citizens living in and outside Anambra to support Professor Chukwuma Charles Soludo to enable him to emerge the next governor of the state on November 6, 2021.
Nzeribe said Soludo remained the best candidate and most suitable to take over from the incumbent governor judging from his antecedents and accomplishments the world over.
Nzeribe, who spoke with our correspondent in Awka, maintained that there was no basis for comparison between Soludo and candidates of other political parties, stressing that if a free, fair, credible election was conducted on November 6, Soludo would definitely stand out from the crowd because he believes that his administrative capabilities and innovative mindset for rapid and sustainable development were not in doubts.
He explained that Soludo is a solution provider as evident in the reforms he introduced in the banking sector when he was the CBN governor. According  to him, the said reforms have sustained the banking sector and that today Nigerians comfortably deposit their money in the banks without fear of liquidations and other inexplicable circumstances.
Also, Chief Chris Ezenyimulu who is a stakeholder in Ihiala local government area, said he was sure that the All Progressives Grand Alliance would maintain its leadership position in Anambra state and that Soludo’s candidacy was another big plus to the party.
Ezenyimulu noted that Professor Soludo is a candidate of international repute and a product leader in the market, adding that other candidates were miles away behind Soludo while he takes the lead position in terms of knowledge, education, global recognition, administrative acumen, to mention a few of his comparative advantage over other contestants in the November 6 governorship contest in Anambra state.

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