[Photos] Soludo, Peter Obi meet in Awka; exchange warm embrace

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Presidential candidate of the Labour Party, LP, Peter Obi and the Governor of Anambra state, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo met today in Awka, the state capital.

Obi and Soludo, who met at St Patrick Cathedral, Awka during the Thanksgiving mass of Most Rev. Bishop Ezeokafor’s 70th birthday, could be seen embracing each other, while they exchanged pleasantry.

Recall that Soludo had earlier alleged that the investment of Obi in Anambra state government is worth next to nothing.

Soludo made this assertion in an interview with Channels TV’s Politics Today on last Thursday.

READ ALSO: 2023: Why Soludo, Obaseki, Nnamani, others are ganging-up against Obi

When asked his perspective on government investing outside the public sector with reference to Obi as former governor in Anambra, Soludo simply said, “I don’t know about the investment.”

“Our interview is about the 2023 budget. I’m not talking about investments of any of my predecessors. By the way the one that you talked about I don’t know about that. I think there was something I read about somebody speculating about whatever investment. With what I’ve seen today, the value of those investments is worth next to nothing. So, let’s leave that aside,” he said.

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