Abia Central 2023: Chuku Wachuku Withdraws From PDP Primaries, States Reasons |SEE DOC

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Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Abia Central Senatorial aspirant, Chief Chuku Wachuku has withdrawn from the PDP senatorial primary billed to hold today in Abia State.

 

In a press release signed by Wachuku and made available to ALL FACTS NEWSPAPER, the senatorial aspirant challenged the process via which the three-man delegates emerged.

 

Chuku Wachuku posited that no three-man delegates election held in his senatorial district and he can not be part of illegality.

 

He advised his supporters to remain law abiding and assured them that he will be on the ballot for the 2023 senatorial election.

 

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Chief Chuku Wachuku withdraws from PDP senatorial primary billed to hold today in Abia State. 
Chief Chuku Wachuku withdraws from PDP senatorial primary billed to hold today in Abia State. 
Chief Chuku Wachuku withdraws from PDP senatorial primary billed to hold today in Abia State. 
Chief Chuku Wachuku withdraws from PDP senatorial primary billed to hold today in Abia State. 
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