Court Order: Njoku Is A Meddlesome Interloper, Does NOT Exist & NOT APGA National Chairman

Posted on July 10, 2024


It had become a culture for unscrupulous politicians to attempt to cause distractions in Anambra state when elections were around the corner, especially in APGA, the party in power. They were fond of seeking backdoor recognition and settlement with their black market interpretations, but each time they attempted these tactics, they failed.


Previously, Maxi Okwu and others, including the non-existent Jude Okeke and his Birnin-kudu, were sponsored and failed. INEC was under pressure to recognize Edozie Njoku due to the court’s order. This is similar to Hon. Umeorji’s recognition as APGA’s gubernatorial candidate in the 2021 election, only to be removed days later.


APGA is not just a political party. It is a sacred movement. So when interlopers like one Edozie Njoku attempt political schemes, we remain focused, knowing that it will only last a few days before INEC delists his name.

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