The statement credited to a group that styles itself ‘APGA Media Warriors’ as published in some sections of the print and social media at the weekend, deals with everything on earth ,except what it set out to address- proscription of Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) and the enabling powers.
For the avoidance of doubt, the position expressed by APC in Anambra State is that Gov. Obiano and others who joined him in Enugu Meeting not explained what law or what instrument empowers them to proscribe
an organization, let alone an unregistered one.
The statement ,surprisingly signed by the Political Adviser to Gov. Willie Obiano, Mr. Chinedu Obidigwe, on behalf of APGA Media Warriors, did not answer the did not answer this vital question which remains open or anyone who may have the answers.
We are aware that the APGA-controlled Government o Anambra State headed by Gov Willie Obiano feeds on lies and illegality that way teenagers feed on bread and butter. Therefore, we were not expecting the outgoing governor to advise the Enugu meeting well along the side o legality and legitimacy.
How could he, when he told Nigeria that his state earned $5m from export of vegetables and it neither reelected in the budget o the state produced by the same government , nor could that be confirmed by
the statutory bodies involved with export.
How could Gov Obiano sit in a meeting that would be well-advised when he claimed that Anambra State, UNDER HIS WATCH has netted $4bn in direct industrial investment from abroad, and while a bewildered
Anambra was struggling to understand the joke the Nigerian Bureau o Statistics classified Anambra among states that have not received foreign investment in the last four years.
Why would Gov. Obiano remember to advise his colleague governors, despite the prime place o Anambra in the South East, when his government disobeyed the Supreme Court by refusing to conduct repeat
elections in Ihiala Local Government and an Appeal Court judgment to do so in Ogbaru local government o the state?
How can Obiano advise anyone when he failed to conduct election into the 21 local governments in Anambra State, based on the orders o the Anambra State Court, presided over BY THE Chie Justice o the State on
May 18, covering 90 days.
We are not expecting much of these from Obiano, who is so afraid o the people’s disappointment, as the feelers before him suggest, that he has refused to campaign in person that he has been sending his wife,
who earns N250m from Anambra treasury as ‘security vote’ to do the campaigns.
As a state, we are already putting on the Patience Garment, marking our calendars, believing that every bad era has an end.
But we also did not expect that those who do not have answers to Germaine question bothering every Anambra citizen and every resident of the South East should pollute the discussion by diverting to attack
the visionary and vigour-filled replacement to Obiano, Hon Dr. Tony Nwoye.
We hasten to remind those who wish to address Anambra in the 2017 campaign to engage issues as the usual latch into primordial sentiments and diversions is now valued like expired drugs as Anambra State people have moved on despite failure of governance in the past four years.
Those who wish to answer the question of where Gov Obiano and his co-travelers derived the powers to proscribe IPOB, or any organization at all without judicial process should step forward, while those who
do not should exercise their right of silence.
APGA governance is a disgusting disappointment in the area o allowing Anambra State to show leadership in the South East, among others.
For: ALL PROGRESSIVES CONGRESS (APC), ANAMBRA STATE CHAPTER, Okelo Madukaife, State Publicity Secretary
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