BREAKING: Ekweremadu withdraws from Enugu Gov race
Ekweremadu withdraws from Enugu Gov race
Ike Ekweremadu, who previously served as Deputy President of the Senate, has determined to not run within the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) major election for governor of Enugu, which is able to happen at the moment.
His choice to take a seat out the competition got here after Capt. Evarest Nnaji and Denge Joseph Onoh, two different potential candidates, withdrew from the competitors.
As a results of the withdrawal, Mr. Peter Mbah, a businessman who served as Chief of Staff to a earlier governor, Chimaraoke Nnamani, is now ready to succeed Chimaraoke Nnamani.
Ekweremadu didn’t present a purpose for his withdrawal in a press release that was launched by the Director-General of the Ikeoha Campaign Organisation, the Honorable Charles Ogbo Asogwa.
Despite this, he assured his followers that they might learn of his subsequent selection.
The following is an excerpt from the assertion that was launched: “We wish to inform our supporters and Nigerians that the former Deputy President of the Senate and foremost governorship aspirant in Enugu State, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, will not be participating in the PDP governorship primary election scheduled for this Wednesday, May 25, 2022.”
“Meanwhile, we continue to trust God as we congratulate our teeming supporters and the good people of Enugu State for the immense amount of goodwill they have continuously put in the actualization of the “Pathway to a New Enugu State.”
“We strongly encourage them to maintain a peaceful stance and want them to know that we will keep them apprised of our decision regarding the next steps,”
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