I laughed while reading the Vanguard story of the former member, Anambra State House of Rep, Chief Chuma Nzeribe raising alarm that Gov. Willie Obiano was claiming some projects he attracted to the State.
We are used it. 95% of the projects he claims to have done were actually Peter Obi’s projects.
Are you not aware that he even went to commission a transmission Enugu Ukwu injection substation built by NDPHC, which he contributed nothing.
To show you the working of his mind, they included in brochures as among the projects he executed with the dollars saved by Obi.
The owners had to copy him a query. I have o copy of the query and will publish it if they deny this report.
A QUESTION WE MUST NOT STOP ASKING
Mr. Peter Obi bought dollars he saved for Anambra State at N150; dollar rose to N450; but Obiano, at that time, sold the dollar at N315. Why? Who actually bought these savings?
ANAMBRA CIVIL SERVICE DAY
Because of election, he called youth Corps members before they passed out and talked to them about election and gave them money.
Today, he is organizing Civil Service day for Anambra workers, against the norm of such a day being held uniformly in the country – all because of election.
As he does, flagging off roads and projects when he is yet to complete those he inherited, he will likely promise salary increase to them. But let the civil servants know that in spite of all the noise, Abia, Imo and Enugu pay higher salaries than Anambra State.
Let the civil servants know that he is not paying them their contributory pension, thus jeopardizing their future.
Do not be surprise if he pays salary for November on the 15th.
Say no to fraud; vote for Oseloka Obaze.
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