The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Anambra Broadcasting Service (ABS), Dr. Uche Nworah, says Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo, the winner of the just concluded November 6 Governorship Election in Anambra State, was voted massively by the electorates to replicate his successes at the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) when sworn in by March 2022.
He said the Soludo’s victory was a mandate given by God to attract foriegn investors to developed not only Anambra, but the entire Igbo Nation.
Dr. Nworah, who spoke to Journalists at his office, in Awka, on Tuesday, while commending Ndi-Anambra on the peaceful electoral process, added that the 61-year-old economists was also voted into power by the people because, they hope and believe that he will performed more than Mr. Peter Obi and the incumbent governor, Willie Obiano.
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He noted that the governor-elect, Prof. Soludo and his deputy, Dr. Onyekachukwu Ibezim, are billed by APGA family, to governed the state for eight years.
Soludo won to the governorship election with 112,229 votes to defeat the candidate of the People Democratic Party (PDP), Mr. Valentine Ozigbo, who came second with 53,807 votes and Senator Andy Uba, of All Progressives Congress (APC), who poll 43,285 votes while Senator Ifeanyi Ubah of the Young Progressive Party (YPP), came fouth with 21,261 votes.
While congratulating him, the APGA Chieftain, said, “This is a victory for democracy, not only for APGA but for all Nigerians because INEC has set a pace for the forthcoming Ekiti 2022 governorship election.
He explain that the BVAS despite initial hiccups was able to deliver a free and transparent election. That is most important. We are a nation that is on the move to greatness. So, we keep experimenting. The BVAS experiment was worth the while and we are very happy and satisfactory that our efforts paid off eventually.”
The Paradise gathered that Soludo, governed the country apex bank (CBN), between 2004 and 2009.