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Leave Arthur Eze Alone, He’s a Blessing from God — Igwe APGA Tells Calumniators


By Izunna Okafor, Awka

A top stakeholder in the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief Benji Obi has condemned what he described as shadowy campaign of calumny against the person of Anambra billionaire and business mogul, Prince Arthur Eze.

Chief Obi, a native of Agulu Community in Anaocha Local Government Area of Anambra State, made the condemnation known while addressing newsmen on Monday in Awka, the state capital, during which he also referred to the said campaign against Arthur Eze as weak-hearted effort to disparage the top illustrations son of Igbo land.

According to the APGA stalwart, Prince Eze has been made a target of attacks as the campaign season for the 2025 gubernatorial election draws closer in the state.

“We know the game plan,” he said.

He further said that Eze was a special gift that comes once in a generation, like the late Michael Jackson.

“Many have benefited from him. In fact, over 85% of people in Igbo land have benefitted from Arthur Eze in one way or the other,” he asserted.

“He is and has been a natural philanthropist. One of a kind. He gives to all, not minding religious or ethnic background. People are not aware that on his birthdays, he shares billions to financially disadvantaged people,” Igwe APGA revealed.

Continuing, he said: “We are happy to have Arthur Eze in this generation and in Igbo land. The people are attacking him simply out of jealousy and mischief. Sadly, they are doing it while hiding their faces behind internet rats and nameless writers.”

It is important to note that Chief Obi, an active political activist in the Igbo political sphere for over thirty years (30 years), has constantly played the role of a defender of Igbo heritage and culture.

In his capacity as a top stakeholder in the Igbo political cadre, he also asked that the attempts by the calumniators to cast aspersions on the person of Prince Eze be disregarded by all and sundry.

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