Njoku Out Of Prison, Begs Soludo, INEC For Recognition As Chairman

Njoku Out Of Prison, Begs Soludo, INEC For Recognition As Chairman

The nationwide chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief Edozie Njoku has regained freedom however is now begging Anambra State Governor, Prof Charles Soludo and the Unbiased Nationwide Electoral Fee (INEC) for recognition.

Njoku and Chukwuemeka Nwoga have been granted bail on self recognition on Wednesday by an FCT Excessive Court docket sitting in Bwari.

Each have been arraigned on Monday by the police authorities for allegedly forging a supreme courtroom judgement to present legitimacy to their claims as  nationwide chairman and nationwide youth chief of APGA respectively.

On that account, Justice Mohammed Madugu remanded them at Suleja Correctional Centre on Monday for 2 days.

However talking in a press convention on the FCT secretariat of Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) shortly after he regained his freedom, Njoku mentioned it was a memorable expertise for him going to jail.

The politician betrayed all typical logic and customary sense to say that he or anybody might forge the judgement of the supreme courtroom.

He, nonetheless, mentioned it was time to maneuver the social gathering ahead, begging Governor Soludo and INEC to acknowledge him because the nationwide chairman of the social gathering.

He mentioned: “On Monday, I used to be remanded in jail for 2 days. It was the most effective experiences of my life. I used to be lucky from beginning that my dad and mom despatched me to the most effective public faculties in England. However from public college in England to a jail cell in Nigeria was a beautiful expertise.”


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