A former governor of Central bank, Charles Chukuma Soludo has reportedly returned to join other candidates as they all prepare to slug it out in the upcoming polls.
This development was a followup to the order issued by the federal High court in Awka, the capital city of the state. It also corroborated the belief of the former Central bank governor in being actively involved in the governorship race.
He uttered this statement at a gathering he earlier addressed before the court’s pronouncement.
Victor Oye who was also confirmed as the National Chairman, felt elated. Not even when the court has ordered the immediate recognition of Soludo as the governorship candidate.
Reacting to the judgment in his conversation with journalists in Abuja on Monday, Oye said the decision has once again proven the independence of the judiciary.
The APGA boss in his word:
“I don’t want to be dragged into unnecessary controversy. I think what happened today in Awka shows the independence of the Judiciary and that it is the last hope of the common man. Imagine what would have happened if there are no Judiciary. They would have been chaos and anarchy.
“I feel happy that the court in Awka has done justice to this matter by ordering the reinstatement of Prof. Chukwuma Charles Soludo as the Governorship candidate of APGA for the November 6 Anambra Governorship election.”