- All is not good for the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) as the gubernatorial elections in Anambra draw near
- The ranks of the ruling party in the State is unsettled about the candidacy of Charles Chukwuma Soludo
- A faction of the party led by Jude Okeke has found that an earlier judgment contradicts the latest judgment reinstating Soludo / strong >
Abuja – The reinstatement of Charles Soludo’s candidacy in the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) before the Anambra governorate The election was rejected by the faction led by Jude Okeke.
According to the faction’s national press secretary, Ikechukwu Chukwunyere, at a press conference on Monday 19 July in Abuja, the opposite , A previous Jigawa Supreme Court ruling is still pending, the leadership reports.
Chukwunyere insisted that the judgment came from a co urt with the same jurisdiction, it can only be dismissed by a higher court.
Er dismissed the Awka Federal Supreme Court ruling calling on INEC to appoint Victor Oye as the. National Chairman of APGA, added Guardian.
“We have to state that the said Victor Oye is not the chairman of the APGA, but the chairman of Forum Shopping in our courts. He approved filing multiple cases in different courts to see what he would get to confirm his illegality. He authorized the filing of cases by all of his board members and a bounty of N25 million naira for any of them who can get a judge to pass a verdict.
“The verdict of Awka can make the verdict of Jigawa. They are courts with coordinated jurisdiction. You cannot use it to change INEC’s position. Hopefully this matter will be resolved soon and peace will return to APGA. ”
Soludo returns as APGA candidate for the Anambra guber Race
Previously, Soludo, came back on Monday, July 19, to join other political opponents as a candidate for the APGA before the gubernatorial election in Anambra.
This was decided by the Federal Court of Justice in Awka on Monday, the state’s capital.
In the judgment read out by Judge Chukwudi Okaa, the court described the other parties in the lawsuit, Okeke, Edozie Njoku and Chukwuma Umeoji, as “intrusive intruders “.