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|*"andy Uba Finally Buys Inec. True Or Fasle? by Chinuaj: 10:26am On Aug 18|
Somethings are politically unnecessary, and where they are forced into existence they either remain dysfunctional or function in mismatch. This is the story of APC in Anambra State.
The constitution of the National campaign Council of the APC wherein a paltry 5% or less of its membership was selected from Anambra, with over 95% of same coming from "known and unknown forces", in fulfilment of an earlier assertion by Senator Hope Uzodimma who, quite unfortunately, now heads the council, is a testament to the fact that only mercenaries can do the "magic" for APC in Anambra State.
Again, there is a sad reality about the APC candidate in the forthcoming Anambra gubernatorial elections, he is a Veteran in electoral heist. He prides in his unmatched ability to manipulate the electoral umpire -- INEC -- citing the judicious use of his time as the Chairman, Senate Committee on INEC. According to sources close to him, they continue to tell anyone who cares to listen that "INEC is in Andy's pocket" and will do his bidding.
This is the type of undemocratic character that has gone across Nigeria to assemble equally devious elements who pride in either having unusual control of the Judiciary or a subversive stronghold on Security Agencies. Beyond the phoney tale of "connecting Anambra to the centre" there is nothing in the kitty of the man whose 8years in the Senate was characterised by utter darkness and retrogression for the people of Anambra South, so much so that in 2019 the people revolted with the ballot and voted him into a state of political coma.
The current effort to resuscitate him would only amount to a waste of scarce "political oxygen", with Senator Hope Uzodimma leading the APC "paramedics", one can only pray that he doesn't lose so much oxygen himself, as he would need a lot of it in his efforts to keep Imo State stable.
*-- Mazi Ejimofor*
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