Keyamo Reacts To Death Of Imo Labour Party Governorship Aspirant
Spokesman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential campaign council, Festus Keyamo, has reacted to the death of Imo State Labour Party governorship aspirant, Humphrey Anumudu.
Naija News earlier reported that Anumudu who had plans of contesting in the governorship primaries of LP died in his house in Lagos after he had returned from the party’s meeting at the party national headquarters in Abuja on Friday.
According to Tribune, Anumudu who is from Mbieri Ancient Kingdom in Mbaitoli Local Government Area of Imo state was reportedly found dead in his house in what family sources described as a “spiritual attack.”
Anumudu a multi-billionaire businessman cum politician has been contesting for the governorship seat of the state since 1998.
He was said to be the true winner of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship primary in the state in 1998 before the ticket was ceded to Achike Udenwa who went on to rule the state between 1999 and 2007.
A close friend of the deceased said that he died around 5:30 pm on Friday.
The late politician had already paid the sum of 25 million Naira for Labour Party’s Governorship form for the November 11th, 2023 Guber contest.
In a post via Twitter, the Minister of State for Labour and Employment expressed condolence to Anumudu’s family.
According to him, Humphrey was his classmate at the Law School and he was extremely polite and knowledgeable.
He wrote: “My deepest condolences to the Anumudu family. Humphrey was my wonderful classmate at the Law School about 30 years ago. Extremely polite and knowledgeable. May his soul rest in peace.”