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Ex-Anambra CJ Umeadi joins presidential race

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Former Anambra State Chief Judge, Peter Umeadi has joined presidential race.

He bought the N25million expression of interest and nomination forms of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) to vie for president in 2023.

Umeadi, who was CJ during the tenure of ex-Governor Peter Obi, was accompanied by members of his support group to the APGA national secretariat in Abuja, where he paid for the party’s presidential forms.

Speaking to reporters after a brief closed door meeting with the APGA National Chairman, Victor Oye, Umeadi said he was among the most qualified among the aspirants, adding that he was bringing into his governance, rule of law and autonomy.

He urged Nigerians to fight to ensure that their votes would count in the 2023 general election.

While hoping that the poll would be free and fair, the APGA presidential aspirant said although President Muhammadu Buhari signed the 2022 Electoral Act late, it was better late than never.

Source: The Nation

 

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