Barely two years and six months to the conduct of the gubernatorial election in Anambra state, there are strong indications that there is a plot to stop the second-term ambition of Governor Charles Soludo.....CONTINUE READING
New Telegraph reports that this is the climax of the internal cold war within the ranks of one of the shadowing campaign groups that saw the governor’s victory in the last election, known as Soludo Support Group (SSG).
According to the report, the face-off has pitched the founder of the group and the Deputy Chief Of Staff and Chief of Protocol to Soludo, Chinedu Nwoye, and three top members of the group who the governor’s aide alleged are planning to work against the second term ambition of their principal.
Nwoye, who spoke with reporters, said the three members are fighting tooth and nail to pull the governor down because they claimed the governor didn’t give them political appointments or contracts as a “settlement “.
Nwoye emphasised that the general public, especially other members of SSG, should be mindful of the said three characters who are going around using the group’s name to deceive unsuspecting citizens that they are working for the governor.
He said, in contrast, they are not working for him but seriously plotting his downfall through anti-SSG activities.
He said the “three former members” working against Soludo’s administration are Chidi Okoye Ogazi, Charles Ebulue and Arinzechukwu Awogu.
He said the trio mentioned above had drawn a battle line between themselves and the governor because Soludo didn’t remember them with political appointments and other largesse.
He said one of the three members, Ebulue, during the House of Assembly and Federal House of Representatives Elections in the state, came out openly and worked against the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), saying that the reasons for his anti-APGA activities were because Soludo did not give him appointment.
”This interview is to present the facts and also to save the vulnerable and people who that may be ignorant of the fact that Chidi Okoye Ogazi from Enugwu-Agidi, Charles Ebulue from Osumenyi and Arinzechukwu Awogu from Ogbaru are deceiving people that they are Soludo Support Group members.
“Yes. There were members, but having checked their activities in the past two years, I discovered that they are clandestinely working against Governor Charles Chukwuma Soludo.”
Nwoye, therefore, reiterated that the disclaimer was necessary, adding that no one should deal with the three musketeers as SSG members anywhere in the world because they are not supporting Soludo.