Anambra 2017: Obiano not likely to win re-election — APGA Spiritual Leader

Posted by News Express | 19 May 2017 | 2,045 times

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•APGA Spiritual Leader, Chief Rommy Ezeonwuka.

A member of the Board of Trustees of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief Rommy Ezeonwuka, has expressed fears over the possibility of the party to win the November 18 gubernatorial election in Anambra State.

Ezeonwuka said there were no indices on ground to show that the party or Governor Willie Obiano is ready for the contest which would determine the future of APGA in Nigeria.

The chieftain told newsmen in Oba, Idemili South Local Government Area, that the opposition parties in Anambra were cashing-in on the lacklustre attitude of government to permeate the nooks and crannies in the state.

Ezeonwuka, who is also the spiritual leader of APGA, said he was worried because of the seeming lacklustre approach off APGA ahead of the election.

His words: “As a chieftain of APGA, I have seen lots of things going wrong but there are no efforts to correct them even after my warnings.

“As the incumbent government, we are conceding a lot of things to the opposition, it seems that they have discovered that there is a free field for them to do what they wish.

“How can we be looking on while the opposition is taking over the grassroots of the state? How can they be under our nose to strategise on how to oust us from Government House through the polls and nothing is being done?

“It is an insult that people from other states could come here and boast about winning APGA when their states are not better than Anambra were everything is working well.

“The real politicians are not being carried along; I wonder how we can con­vince our people with these officials in government who are not close to them.

“From the spiritual angle, I can see that we have not done enough to participate and win this all-important election.” (The AUTHORITY)


Source: News Express

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