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Former managing director of the National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), Chief George Moghalu has said that imposition of candidate will ruin the chances of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in producing the next Governor of Anambra state come 2025.

Chief Moghalu who was former national auditor of the party in a chat with newsmen on Thursday noted that the issue of integration does not arise “because you can only talk about integration for someone outside.”


He said “My advice has always been that for whatever decision whether personal or family, try and see to it that you will get the majority of the people with you. We must present our first foot forward. Imposition will not do us any good in the election. Let me put some issues in the right perspective. The issue of integration does not arise because you can only talk about integration for someone outside.

“I am a bonafide founding member of APC. So, it is an irony for a tenant to sack the landlord in his house. I am one of those who insisted that things must be done properly. Due process must be followed, and an enabling environment created for things to work. And that is what I have always demanded”

“I went to court after the 2022 primaries because things were not properly done. You cannot ask us to contest for primary, you sit back in the bedroom, write results, come out and announce it, and expect me, George Moghalu, to accept that as a result. I will be honourable enough to congratulate the winner if I lose in an election. But when you manipulate the process, I will tell you that it will not work. That was exactly what I did last time, and I will do it again if the need arises. However, if things are done properly, I don’t have any problem.”

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