Soludo Speaks On Being Bounced Off At Inauguration And More …

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I Would Have Preferred To Join The Masses – Soludo Speaks On Being Bounced Off At Inauguration

The Governor of Anambra State, Charles Soludo has reacted to stories that he was requested to depart the VIP part throughout the inauguration ceremony of President Bola Tinubu.

This comes after a video was shared on-line exhibiting the time Soludo was allegedly stopped by DSS operatives from getting into the state field, throughout the inauguration in Abuja.

Reacting to the allegations during the inauguration of the regional headquarters of APGA on Tuesday in Awka, the governor explained that he was directed to the VVIP part alongside different governors.

He acknowledged that if he knew that rumors claiming he was bounced out of the VIP part would go viral he would have refused to go the VVIP part and be part of the lots.

“We had been on the Eagle Square, venue of the inauguration in Abuja. The sitting preparations had been proper, the place the VIPs had been, and we went there, they usually instructed us that we had a sitting arrangements, they usually directed us to the place we had been supposed to remain, which was even VVIP.

“So we left there and went together with the CBN Governor, different governors, the Dangotes and Oni of Ife, just for me to get out of the sq. and heard that Soludo was bounced off the VIP and requested to go and stick with the lots.

“Actually, if I knew that it was what was going to happen, I would have preferred to stay with the masses, and that is where I belong. I am for the masses, and to demonstrate that what happened on that day is a thing of the masses.” he mentioned.

Speaking additional, the governor explained that the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) as a Party will work with the federal government of Tinubu.

He mentioned: “I inform our people that elections have come and gone and APGA didn’t go to the tribunal although we had a presidential candidate. As a result, APGA has all the time aligned with the federal government or Government at the centre

“When it was the PDP, APGA collaborated with the party and government at the centre and we, as it were, did not field any candidate because APGA worked with the party at the centre.”

“We have not reviewed that position and if we will, that would be in the future, but for now. We shall work and collaborate with the party and government at the centre and that was what we met and what was written, and even when our brother, Mr Peter Obi was governor, the party collaborated with the PDP and it has not changed and that was what we met in APGA,” he added.

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