APGA tackles Primate Ayodele over doom prophecy tregarding Governor Soludo

By Chidi-Ebere Moneme (South East Nigeria).

The All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) has taken a swipe on Primate Ayodele, over his recent prophecy that Anambra State governor, Prof Charles Chukwuma Soludo will lose the governorship election in year 2025.

It will be recalled that Prophet Ayodele had in a recent comment stated that Governor Soludo would lose to the All Progressive Congress (APC), if the party fielded a popular candidate in 2025.

But reacting to Prophet Ayodele’s comment, APGA through its Media Arm, APGA Media Warriors Forum, accussed prophet Ayodele of using God’s name to tell lies in the name of Prophesy.

The National Co- ordinator of the group, Mr Chinedu Obigwe said APGA and Soludo have enormous good-will to win the 2025 governorship poll in Anambra State.

A press release by Chinedu Obigwe, stated that; “I will advise Primate Ayodele to stop using the name of God in vain”.

“He is more of a dooms-day prophet and many of his prophecies did not come to fruition”.

He is what a popular Igbo musician referred to as “imitation prophet”.

“On the contrary, we that are Governor Soludo’s die- hard supporters are praying for the Chieftain he mentioned to clinch APC ticket, to enable us teach him a bitter political lesson”.

“I say it without mincing words that APC governorship candidate in 2025 is an easy route for APGA to actualize its target of winning the 326 wards of Anambra state”.

He went further to say, “Ayodele will live to witness Soludo’s victory next year and that this would be made possible by the nemerous infrastructural projects the governor has been able to put on the ground.

He challenged Ayodele to mention any governor that has achieved so much in less than two years in office than Prof Chukwuma Soludo of APGA.

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