Imo Guber: PDP Candidate Anyanwu Denies Stepping Down For Uzodimma

Imo Guber: PDP Candidate Anyanwu Denies Stepping Down For Uzodimma

The governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Imo State, Samuel Anyanwu, has debunked claims that he had stepped down for Governor Hope Uzodimma of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Recall that a viral social media post had suggested that Anyanwu had opted out of the governorship race and backed incumbent Uzodimma, who is seeking reelection.

Anyanwu, however, described the information as fake.

A statement issued by his spokesperson, Ikenna Onuoha, on Friday, urged the people of the state to disregard the fake news.

The statement reads, “Our attention has been drawn to a trending Update on social media purportedly claiming that the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the Saturday, November 11 off-season election in Imo state, Senator Samuel Anyanwu, popularly known as Samdaddy has withdrawn.

“This Update is not only a fake, blatant lie from the pit of hell, very mischievous, ridiculous, and misleading, but a senseless vile sheepishly formulated by the outgoing Governor Uzodimma to deceive the public.

“A critical look at the said Update indicates that it was criminally edited and superimposed by these mischief makers to suit Uzodimma and his party’s tendencies. Please, ignore such falsehood as Senator Anyanwu never withdrew and does not have such intention in this election he has almost won.

“The truth of the matter is that Senator Samuel Anyanwu and the candidate of the PDP is a big threat to Uzodimma, who has become dried in both the physical and spiritual since Imo people started booing him.”

According to the spokesperson to the PDP candidate, it was important to tell Uzodimma and his supporters that no amount of blackmail and empty propaganda will save him from the looming defeat on Saturday.

“Senator Samuel Anyanwu remains a candidate to beat in this election. He is prominently in the race and will never think of withdrawing from a contest over 70 percent of observers have ticked him as the likely winner,” he added.

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