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Governor Obiano Is Running One Man Show In Anambra, Elder Statesman Roars

 

(By Chris K. Amadi) -The administration of Governor Willie Obiano in Anambra State has been described as one man show; an uncomfortable development that the state cannot wait to see give way for another that would fulfill the legitimate expectations of the hard-working people of Anambra.

This is the position Nigeria’s 92 years old first Minister of Aviation in the First Republic, Chief Mbazulike Amechi
in a chat with newsmen over the weekend.

The elder
Statesman, who decribed the people of Anambra as hardworking, attributed the restivesness in Igboland to marginalization, and that only fairness and inclusive administration can heal the wounds infflicted on the country by the promotion of nepotism without regards for the feelings and aspirations of citizens from other parts of the country.

Chief Amechi decried a situation where citizens are rendered poor in the midst of plenty in their own country, adding that the youths are becoming reactionary because they consider the idea of being slaves in their own country as allien and vexatious.

On the Anambra governorship election billed for November 6, 2021, Chief Amechi further explained that his prayer is for the best candidate to emerge to lead Anambra to take a be state to greater heights.

He stated that the outgoing administration of Willie Obiano was not the best that Anambra could offer, but thanked God another opportunity for the people to choose who leads them.

” So, he is going out next year; let him go out.

“Whosoever wins, let him know that Anambra State has wise men.

“Anambra has great names and great men in Nigeria.
Let him realize that Anambra is full of hard-working men and women”, the former Minister stated.

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