Reactions As Soludo Begs Anambra Residents Ahead of Elections
Mixed reactions have continued to trail the governor of Anambra, Chukwuma Soludo after appealing to the electorate of the state to vote for candidates of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in the upcoming March 11 State House of Assembly poll.
Naija News reports that Soludo through his Press Secretary, Christian Aburime, said voting for APGA candidates during the election would help him sustain the tempo of development across the 21 local government areas of the state.
Soludo maintained that the best way for the people to support his administration’s development strides was for them to massively vote APGA candidates in the election.
“If we have APGA in control of the State Assembly, we will continue to do our jobs unhindered. but if the opposition is allowed to have their way, it means that development will be stalled,” he said.
However, contrary to the governor’s plea, Nigerians, particularly residents in Anambra have vowed to vote for Labour Party, (LP) from top to bottom.
How Nigerians Reacted
Omotayo Williams wrote: “Soludo has no understanding of what is about to hit him. He has destroyed APGA in Anambra and will find out on the 11th.”
SportsDokita (Odogwu wrote: “Thanks to Soludo, we are crucifying APGA in Anambra State on 11th March 2023. it should be PARALLEL LP from TOP to BOTTOM!!!! If you’re with me……Elll P!!!!!”
victorokpalan wrote: ‘‘When we begged you to withdraw the lies you told against Peter Obi ,your own brother did you listen to us? Soludo this is the end of the road for you and your cohorts!”
weightlossbysylvia wrote:“Okwala Unu! If you like carry fowl 🐓 on your head and back. We won’t vote for Apga again. Voting you was a mistake self and we wont repeat such come 11th.”
beautybyphil__ wrote: “Why do they always waste their time and ours to pretend they are begging us to vote but will still rigg it and announce what they please??? Eh why????”
chinelo_bent wrote: “LP need structure to take back our Mandate so we are voting LP from top to bottom.”