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Anambra Election: Ohanaeze Ndigbo Endorses Andy Uba

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The Anambra State branch of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has endorsed Senator Andy Uba of the All Progressives Congress as the best candidate as the state anticfipates the November 6 election.

In a press release issued Mr Victor Ogene, the Director, Media and Publicity Senator Andy Uba, the President of the group, Chief Emeka Udodeme said the group made the edecision after carefully going through the manifestoes of the candidates in the race for Anambra governorship election.

Udodeme said, “I find in him a rich level of native intelligence and with his exposure to corridors of power over years shows he is a key to Anambra liberation, and the time is now.” He stressed on the achievements of the governorship aspirant adding that he has attended to every request for intervention while he served in the Presidency.

Udodeme said that he was thrilled during the presentation of his manifesto to the apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, and praised the pan-Igbo disposition of the APC candidate, which he saw him.

However, Udodeme clarified that the Ohanaeze Ndigbo is not in the business of endorsing any candidate but added that he would not shy away from disclosing that Uba had assisted Ohanaeze Ndigbo whenever he was called upon to do so. “Uba has, besides coming to the aid of Ohanaeze Ndigbo whenever he is beckoned upon, also impacted positively in the lives of our people, especially businessmen who are caught in the web of unfavourable policies.

“Uba during the President Obasanjo era was a very effective go between for our people, and I can vouch that given a similar opportunity he would exactly do the same, if not more,” Udodeme said.

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