Sudo resets PATH, along with many other environment variables, for security reasons. It doesn’t matter what is set in /etc/profile, unless you run sudo -i.
The sudo manual page, under SECURITY NOTES, gives an insight about the security implications, along with the options you have to fiddle in your /etc/sudoers file to modify these restrictions, after you understand the implications of doing so.
You can always do:
sudo env "PATH=$PATH" godi_console
sudo "PATH=$PATH" godi_console
sudo does treat leading arguments containing
= characters as environment variable assignments by itself as well.
As a security measure on Debian,
/etc/sudoers has the
secure_path option set to a safe value.