Sunday, 5 November 2017

Anambra guber debate; Obiano, Nwoye, Chidoka are dishonest, says organiser Ezeemo dwarfs Obaze, others with antecedents

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By O’star Eze

Willie Obiano, Tony Nwoye and Osita Chidoka’s absence from a recent debate that compels participants to sign social contract with the people has been described as evidence they are not sincere with the people by an activist and the initiator of the program, Mr Larry Oguego, the Coordinator of Human Rights Volunteer Corps.

Speaking during the debate tagged “Anambra guber debate” and held in Shanahan Hall, All Saint’s Cathedral, Onitsha, Oguego told press that the social contract was an innovation that makes intended state administrators law-bound to make their administration transparent and people-centred. 

He said that for a long time politicians have gotten away with making colourful promises while they are vying for votes which they renegade on once they are voted in, adding that the exercise was designed in collaboration with broadcasters association in Anambra State as well as JDPC check the anomaly and return power of governance and resource management to the masses.

Meanwhile, opinion polls show that PPA gubernatorial candidate in the forthcoming governorship election, Godwin Chukwunaenye Ezeemo gained an upper hand over Obaze in the debate “given with his countless prior direct impact, investments and achievements as an individual that have employed more than 1000 people in Anambra State, evidence he has capacity and sincerity unlike Obaze who admitted he had never invested in Anambra State and only recently started a consultancy firm that employs about 20 persons.”

Some comments from people watching the debate live on facebook went thus; “Obaze has proven he has been an employee all his life; I have never made any impact or invested in my state -Obaze.” 

Some other governorship aspirants who participated in the debate were Architect Adaeze Okafor of the Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance; Revd. Canon Rufus Ezeokolonkwor of the KOWA party, Yule Edochie, a thespian of the Democratic People’s Congress; Nze Val. Ugo-Akpe Onwuka of the Democratic Alternative; Akunwata Ejoh Ojiba of the Allied Congress Party of Nigeria; Felix Nwezi of the All Grand Alliance Party; Peter Chibuike of the People For Democratic Change and Mrs Praise Okechukwu of the Mega Progressive People’s Party. 



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