• Nigerians have been notified by the Labor Party of Anambra State Governor Charles Soludo’s plans to jeopardize Peter Obi’s candidacy.
  • The party said Obi’s campaign billboards were deliberately dismantled by the state government headed by Governor Soludo.
  • According to LP, the governor’s party was allowed to hoist its mini billboards on streetlights while Obi’s ads were maliciously removed.

The Anambra state chapter of the Labor Party (LP) has protested the removal of billboards for its presidential candidate, Peter Obi, and those of other party candidates.

Party State Chairman Hon Eme Ugochukwu Emmanuel at a press conference attended by legit.ng A reporter accused the governor of Anambra State, Chukwuma Soludo, of showing intolerance towards his party.

Charles Soludo from Anambra State has been accused of sabotaging Peter Obi’s candidacy. Photo: Peter Obi, Chukwuma Soludo
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Ugochukwu said it is worrying that the billboards, which were duly paid for and receipts obtained, were maliciously dismantled by the Anambra State government.

He added that it is curious that the party’s request to the state government to put up mini billboards on the Anambra State streetlights has been rejected, but candidates from other political parties outside the governor’s party have been allowed to put up their mini billboards on these streetlights. .

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He says:

“I have it on good authority that the antagonism against the Labor Party’s presidential candidate, Mr. Peter Obi, has been taken to the highest level by the Soludo government.

“Billboards reflecting the images of Peter Obi and other Labor Party candidates are being dismantled. This goes against the spirit of live and live.

“We have been hit with outrageous charges to discourage us from projecting the image of Mr. Peter Obi in the state. We paid for billboards in obedience to a government order.”

“Our request to mount mini billboards on street light poles was rejected, but it is clear that the same billboards of candidates from other parties are being erected on the same poles. Not even that of the APGA candidates, but that of other political parties.

“We wonder why the Labor Party presidential candidate and other LP candidates are being recklessly punished by the leadership of the Anambra State government, led by Professor Chukwuma Soludo. We condemn this act in its entirety. It is unacceptable”.

Ndi Anambra was happy when Soludo won the gubernatorial election

Furthermore, the party said that the people of Anambra were happy when Soludo was appointed governor, hoping that his leadership would grow the state.

He said:

“Unfortunately, it is becoming obvious that the expectation is largely misplaced. This deliberate act has fired Soludo and all the APGA candidates, and has further strengthened the prospect of Obi and other Labor Party candidates to achieve success in the next elections.”

Earlier, Mr. Tony Ujubuonu, Managing Director of Anambra State Signaling Agency, had explained that the party was unable to meet the conditions of the state government, the billboards were removed and the payments returned to the party.

Meanwhile, at the time of writing, the Labor Party billboards in all dismantled areas have been replaced by those of the Governor’s party, APGA.

High-flying revenue: Anambra makers head to Soludo, praise governor for being responsive

The governor of Anambra state was described as a leader who responds to the plight of his people.

This description of the governor was given by the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) in the state.

According to the association’s leadership, the governor has done well to ensure the reduction of high-flying revenues that affect their business.

Soludo approves N15,000 Christmas bonus for Anambra workers

To celebrate Christmas, Anambra State Civil Service workers will receive an additional 15,000 Naira as a Christmas bonus.

In addition to the bonus, workers will also get a 10 percent pay increase starting in January 2023.

Addressing the workers, Governor Chukwuma Soludo acknowledged that money is not much and said he wished the government could do more.

Source: Legit.ng