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13 heavyweights battle for Imo LP gov ticket

by OkeomaNews

No fewer than 13 heavyweights are battle ready for the governorship ticket of the Labour Party in Imo State.

Okeomanews reports that LP has fixed April 15 as the date for the governorship primary of the party in the state.

Therefore nine aspirants from Owerri zone, three from Okigwe zone and one from Orlu zone made of accomplished gentlemen have purchased the governorship nomination and expression of interest forms of the LP, Okeomanews can authoritatively report.

Those who will slug it out in Owerri on April 15 are a retired major General, Jack Ogunewe, a former senator cum multiple businessman, Athan Achonu, the 2007 governorship candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, Martin Agbaso, Serial governorship contestant cum businessman, Humphrey Anumudu, Joseph Ukaegbu, international businessman, Tochi Ehirim, and a lawyer cum former state government appointee, Ike Ibe.

Others are a former speaker of the State House of Assembly, Kelechi Nwagwu, strong businessman, Basil Maduka, an engineer, Chinedu Amadi, a retired Assistant Inspector General of Police, Charles Agomuo, a retired Army captain, David Mbamara, and a United States trained lawyer and former APGA senatorial candidate, Charles Onyirimba.

The Independent National Electoral Commission had since fixed the state governorship election for November 11.

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