Sunday, December 3, 2023

‘’I urged Obi to step down for Atiku but he refused’’ – Arthur Eze

A businessman and prominent Anambra indigene, Prince Arthur Eze, has disassociated himself from the Labour Party’s presidential candidate, Peter Obi because he has seen that the former Anambra State governor cannot win votes in the South West and in the North.

He stated these on Monday, marking the 2022 Ofala Festival of the traditional ruler of Ukpo, in Dunukofia Local Government Area of Anambra State.

The businessman made the comments in the presence of the state governor, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, traditional rulers, women groups and prominent people of the state.

He explained that he had already warned Obi to withdraw from the presidential race, but he refused to listen.

Eze pointed out that Soludo is the person that is being ripped to become Nigeria’s president of Igbo extraction in the time to come.

He said, “I warned Peter Obi to withdraw from this race but he would not listen. I told him plainly that I am not part of his plans. I told him to drop his ambition, and wait for next time.

“When he told me about his ambition, I asked him the states he thinks he can win in the west and in the north – he told me; but I was not convinced. I told him he could not win; so that he would not waste his time and money.”

Pointing at Soludo, Eze said, “This is the person we are tipping to take over as Nigerian president of Igbo extraction in the time to come. We have a presidential candidate (Atiku) that we are supporting now. After his tenure, he will hand over to Soludo as president.”



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