Bukhari will not rig the Anambra election for you, the APGA told the APC

Written by Vincent Ujumadu – Awka

The National Chairman of the Grand Alliance of All Progressives, APGA, Chief Victor Oye, advised Imo Governor Senator Hope Uzodinmu to stop bragging that his party, the Congress of All Progressives, APC, would take over Anambra on November 6 to a known and unknown force. saying the governor would be disappointed because President Muhammadu Buhari would not rig the APC elections.

Addressing reporters in Amawbia in the local government of Awka South, Anambra state, Oye described the statements of some APC officials as daydreaming.

Oye said, “People just paint the president in a very bad light and I’m not happy about that. President Bukhari is not the kind of leader who will influence the election.

“If it is Bukhari whom I know very well, he will not support anything that could cause chaos or crisis in this country. Buhari is an honorable man who loves progress.

“President Bukhari does not interfere in any election to interfere in Edo’s election, but he did not. Nada Uzodimma and his team went to Ed and no one knew when they left Benin.

“When they saw the result dripping, they disappeared before morning. The same thing will happen here in Anambra because we have the capacity to protect our votes.

“The upcoming elections will only be performances. People seeking a position in the APC lack pedigree, mental abilities and vision. They have nothing to offer the state.

“We have been in this business for a very long time. So we can politically read the pulse of the nation. I do not see a strong candidate for this position against APGA. That office was divinely created for APGA.

“In 2017, it was the same story everywhere, and people were shouting APC, PDP. I told them that the election would end on 21/21 and it was like that. The one who is coming now has no opposition. That is my prophetic expression, write it anywhere.

“It is God who created kings and he is the one who made Obiano king over the people of the state.

“Obiano performed excellently. He showed leadership, prudence in managing the state’s scarce resources.

“It is quite natural that he appoints a successor who will take him over, and then present them to the people with his votes for confirmation. That’s how it’s done. It’s not something you can compete for. ”

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