Anambra State Governor Charles Soludo has been urged by Chief Edozie Njoku, the National Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), to grant party unity.

After the Abuja High Court rejected the Nigeria Police Force’s (NPF) forgery charges on Tuesday, Njoku decided to file an appeal.

Remember that on November 22, 2022, Njoku and the party’s youth leader, Chukwuemeka Nwoga, were taken to court by the NPF on charges of plotting with others to change a Supreme Court ruling handed down by Justice Mary Peter Odili (rtd).

According to Njoku, Soludo has been squandering state monies on his battles with Njoku and the party he founded, rather than investing in restoring the party that supported his bid for governor of Anambra State.

He suggested that the governor, if he wanted to, join the All Progressives Congress (APC) while letting the other APGA members remain peacefully in the party.

“Political litigation is something we’ll keep going through [in Nigeria],” Njoku told journalist in Abuja.

Everyone is aware of my situation. There will be some imperfections. It was this court that sent me to prison for two days; but, ever since that day, I have maintained my stance that justice will ultimately prevail, even in cases involving billionaires.

“I don’t know why, but there’s a governor in this state who is waging war against me using state resources. I wonder if he’s kidding when he says I won’t be a mindless drone under his direction.

“He might be joking. Please, Charles Soludo, just allow us to reach an agreement in AGPA. His desire to join the APC is perfectly acceptable, but he ought to give individuals who hold AGPA beliefs a chance to calm down. I’m bringing Charles Soludo in; we can stop this right now.

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