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Defection Rumour Ahead Of 2027: Emeka Ihedioha Visits Labour Party Governor, Alex Otti

Imo State former governor and ex-deputy speaker of the Federal House of Representatives, Emeka Ihedioha, on Monday, paid a visit to the Abia State Governor, Alex Otti, at his residence in Isiala Ngwa, in Abia State.

we gathered that, Ihedioha, a prominent political figure in the South Eastern part of the country engaged in what was described as a consultation visit with the Abia State Governor who also doubles as the leader of the Labour Party in the State.

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This visit comes as a significant development, given Ihedioha’s political stature. During the meeting, Otti hailed Ihedioha as a friend and a brother with a noteworthy political track record, emphasizing the need for transformative leaders like him in Nigeria’s political landscape.

This commendation has fueled speculation about potential political realignments and Otti’s aspirations for the next elections.  The former Imo State governor who resigned from the Peoples Democratic Party alongside his supporters, who commended the Abia State Governor on his giant strides in the state, said he had a convivial discussion with the governor. Delighted to have met with my esteemed brother and friend, Governor @alexottiofr, at his residence in Isialangwa.

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We had a convivial discussion, even as I commend his giant strides in Abia State. pic.twitter.com/ncl64qJNDZ — Emeka Ihedioha (@EmekaIhedioha) April 29, 2024 He wrote: “Delighted to have met with my esteemed brother and friend, Governor @alexottiofr, at his residence in Isialangwa.” “We had a convivial discussion, even as I commend his giant strides in Abia State.”

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