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NEWS UPDATE: Ojukwu’s widow gives reason for shunning APGA campaign flag-off

NEWS UPDATE: Ojukwu’s widow gives reason for shunning APGA campaign flag-off

Bianca Ojukwu, the widow of the belatedly leader of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, has stated her reason for staying absent from the effort flag-off of the political party finally Saturday.

Her absence at the rally had kept political party supporters wondering, particularly as there had been a purported reconciliation, betwixt her and the political party, by a commission headed by Senator Victor Umeh.

Mrs Ojukwu, spell speaking on her absence, described the removal of her spouse’s image from the uniform of the political party as an affront and ill-treatments to her belatedly spouse by the nowadays leadership of APGA.

“It is an irony that nowadays, Governor Willie Obiano has gone dorsum to his have vomit by resuscitating Dim Ojukwu’s pictures for utilization in campaigning for the upcoming elections in Anambra Province.

“This is the height of opportunism and hypocrisy. Is Ojukwu not the same man Obiano one time described as a dead man who was no longer relevant to the political party?

“Why should I permit him to maintain trampling on the legacy of my belatedly spouse who pose his ticker and soul into this political party?

“Ojukwu should not be similar a visible radiation switch to be turned on for political party effort, and turned off one time the election is won”, she said.

The former Nigerian Ambassador to Espana expressed displeasure over the choice of APGA leadership under Gov. Obiano to expunge her spouse’s image from the APGA uniform and other insignia of the political party.

“It is most unlucky that Obiano decided to take away the image of Ojukwu and replace same with his image, just to drive home his statement that ‘he would no longer tie the fate and fortunes of APGA to the retentivity of a dead man’, plain in reference to my spouse”, Bianca said.

She lamented that the written report of the Sen. Victor Umeh-led Peace and Reconciliation Commission that visited her in Enugu a few weeks agone which pointed the way forward for APGA, had been discarded by the Governor and the political party leadership.

Mrs Ojukwu, nevertheless nonetheless, indicated that she remained hopeful that in spite of APGA’s current travails that the political party has a fair chance of producing the next governor of the province.

She described the political party as presently constituted as a field of ‘sorrow’ for so many walking wounded…from aggrieved aspirants, political party members at the grassroots, as good as political party stakeholders.

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