Game over, hang up your boots – Njoku to Oye

The best public Administrator of the All Moderates Terrific Partnership, APGA, Edozie Njoku, has advised Boss Victor Oye to protect his blade in light of a legitimate concern for the party.

He proclaimed that the game is finished.

This is following a letter that emerged on November 7, from previous High Court equity Mary Odili, explaining the genuine initiative of the party.

Mrs. Odili, in the letter, made a remedy in her board’s judgment of October 2021, wherein the name of Victor Oye was mistakenly embedded rather than Edozie Njoku.

Tending to a public interview in Abuja on Tuesday after the rectification was made on Monday, Njoku asked everybody engaged with making a difference to put down their blades and permit harmony to rule.

“I ask all interested parties, especially Boss Victor Oye to put down his blade on the grounds that the game is up,” he said.

He likewise requested the lead representative from Anambra State, Prof. Charles Soludo to adapt to the situation, demanding that inability to meet up right now would be horrendous for the party in the approaching races.

“By prudence of his being the legislative leader of Anambra State, I like to approach Boss Charles Soludo to adapt to the situation and let this emergency in APGA be covered unequivocally, and we should push ahead,” he added.

He cautioned that any endeavor to push to the side a High Court judgment would imply that the party needs to play with the 2023 races, a gamble, as per him, that will imperil the decisions.

Njoku was depicted as an absurd case by the Oye’s camp that he had gone again to produce Mary Odili’s letter.

He asked individuals not to be bamboozled, trying anybody to come and capture him for falsification.

“We ought to now say Boss Victor Oye, you’ve run a decent race. Hang up your boots, please,” he kept up.


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