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Anambra stakeholders dismiss petitions against son appointed by Gov. Soludo


By Okey Okey

All stakeholders including Traditional Rulers and President Generals from ten communities in Awka North Local Government Area, Anambra State have appealed to Gov. Charles Soludo not to consider petition written against their son, Chief Chikodi Anarah.

Anarah, a former Special Adviser (SPAD) to the immediate past governor Willie Obiano, is a Commissioner nominee for Homeland Affairs appointed by governor Soludo, one of the twenty Commissioner nominees currently before the Anambra State House of Assembly for confirmation.

But an unknown group in a petition circulated on the social media urged Soludo and the state Assembly members to drop Anarah on grounds of alleged bad records.

The community leaders in a communique signed by Traditional Rulers of Urum, HRH Igwe B. Nweke, HRH Igwe Christopher Nnaegbuna of Ebenebe, and Igwe HRH Ezekwesili Maduagwu, equally sent their resolution to the Speaker of Anambra State House of Assembly, Mr Uchenna Okorafor.

The Stakeholders also dismmissed the petition as frivolous, unfounded and misleading, stressing that Anarah is a man with clean record and notable leader in the area.

Also speaking, the President General of Urum Development Union, Mr Aloysius Tabansi, said the community has perfected plans to drag the person who falsely used the community's name to court to serve as a deterant to others.

"Urum community holds Chief Chikodi Anarah in a high esteem and cannot descend to petition against him. The said petitioner from our source is not from Urum and has no link with Urum and cannot use the community's name in such devilish job, we hereby wash our hands off the said petition, while wishing Anarah well", he said.

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