Charles Soludo, a former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, on Monday lost a gubernatorial election in the densely populated, oil and gas rich state of the West African country.
Soludo, who represented the ruling People's Democratic Party for the governorship of Anambra, his home-state, placed third in the poll. Mike Udah, the chief press secretary to the governor of Anambra state, told CentralBanking.com that Soludo garnered 59,355 votes, amounting to 19.7% of the total cast. The incumben
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