Supreme Court confirms Soludo as the APGA’s candidate

        Supreme Court confirms Soludo as the APGA’s candidate , The Supreme Court has affirmed the former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) candidacy in the upcoming governorship election in Anambra State.
In a decision issued on Thursday, a panel of the Supreme Court denied an appeal against an earlier decision of the Court of Appeal, Abuja, which confirmed the Victor Oye-led leadership of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA).
In a unanimous decision, the court ruled that the internal affairs of political parties are outside the purview of the courts.

All about Soludo and Apga Candidacy of Anambra state

Charles Chukwuma Soludo, CFR (born 28 July 1960) is a Nigerian economics professor and former governor and chairman of the Central Bank of Nigeria’s board of directors (CBN). Chukwuma was appointed governor on May 29, 2004. He is also a member of the International Advisory Group of the British Department for International Development.
AcademiaThe Supreme Court confirms Soludo as the APGA’s candidate
Soludo has held visiting positions at the International Monetary Fund, the University of Cambridge, the Brookings Institution, the University of Warwick, and the University of Oxford, as well as Swarthmore College (USA). He has also served as a consultant for a number of international organizations, including the World Bank and the United Nations.


Supreme Court confirms Soludo as the APGA’s candidate


In a unanimous decision, the court ruled that the internal affairs of political parties are outside the purview of the courts.
It then maintained the Court of Appeal’s decision, which resolved the APGA leadership squabble in favor of Victor Oye and also upheld the primary election conducted by his leadership, which produced Soludo as the APGA governorship candidate for the November 6 governorship election.

The Supreme Court confirmed Professor Charles Soludo as the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) governorship candidate in the Anambra election scheduled for November 6, 2021 on Thursday.
The five-member panel, led by Justice Mary Odili, also confirmed Mr. Victor Oye as party chairman.
The Supreme Court confirmed the Kano State Division of the Court of Appeal’s ruling, which recognized the primary election that produced Soludo, in a unanimous decision by a five-member panel of judges led by Justice Mary Odili.  The Supreme Court ruled that the appeal court was correct when it overturned a Jigawa State High Court decision that recognized a parallel primary election conducted by the Jude Okeke-led faction of the APGA.
It will be remembered that Soludo won the party’s primary election, which was organized by the Chief Victor Oye-led side.










The United Nations Development Programme and the Economic Commission for Africa Soludo is a key player in the macroeconomics industry. He earned three degrees before becoming a professor at the University of Nigeria in Nsukka, Enugu State. Soludo earned a First Class Honours degree in 1984, an MSc Economics degree in 1987, and a PhD in 1989, and was named the best student at all three levels.
Chukwuma has been trained and active in research, teaching, and auditing in areas like as multi-country macro-econometric modeling, computable general equilibrium modeling methodologies, survey methodology, and panel data econometrics, among others. He did his homework and

These courses have been taught at a number of universities, including Oxford, Cambridge, and Warwick. Soludo has co-authored, co-edited, and written a variety of works on this topic.
Soludo was named professor of economics at the University of Nigeria in 1998, and the following year he became a visiting professor at Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, USA.





Government Soludo began working for the federal government in 2003. Prior to his appointment as chairman of the bank in May 2004, he served as former President Obasanjo’s Chief Economic Adviser and as the Chief Executive of Nigeria’s National Planning Commission. In a speech to the Nigerian Economic Society in January 2008, he predicted consolidation in the private banking industry, stating that “by the end of 2008, there will be fewer banks than there are today, The restructuring of the banking industry has been attracting funds from local and foreign investors, which has increased banks’ ability to lend to customers.” Chukwuma aspires for Nigeria to become Africa’s financial centre and believes that microfinance is a viable option.   become Africa’s financial hub, and considers microfinance important to the federal government’s economic policies.

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