He had four years to change imo state and he did nothing,now he dey find ministerial job....sorry but can someone help me tell this man that the referee is blowing the whistle and it is time up!
At the burial ceremony of the Nzeobi of Egbema, Eze Sunday N.A. Uzor at Abacheke, Egbema, Ohaji Egbema, LGA, Imo state in 2009 ohakim himself quoted williams shakespeare that the world is a stage where everyone comes and plays a part and go.
HE has indeed played his part in niaja politics,he can now concentrate on something else,minsterial job indeed!.
Surely Goodluck is not as stupid as ohakim thinks...mscheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeew!!!!
This is part of his 'oh so long a letter' to Mr President.
......''I OFFER TO SERVE
One thing Your Excellency may wish to bear in mind is that with the Governor and Deputy Governor going respectively to Orlu and Owerri zones, a Ministerial appointment coming to Imo should go to Okigwe zone, my home zone. In this regard, I offer myself for further service at that level if given the opportunity. Without any prejudice, I wish to remind Your Excellency that three areas I have demonstrated flair in the National Economic Council are:
(1) Oil & Gas......(oleee)
(2) Police Reforms .......(mscheeeeeew)
(3) Urban Development and Renewal.........(story)
For example, with the benefits of my experience in recovering Owerri to make it the cleanest city in Nigeria, I could articulate an Urban Renewal Initiative to be known as The FCT Environserve Initiative to make Abuja the most organized and cleanest city in Africa.
I shall remain ever appreciative of the support and personal love the President showed on me during my tenure. In all my tribulations, especially in the hands of hawks who never wanted to give me any chance, the President stood by me.
As Your Excellency continues on the mantle of leadership of our great country, I pledged my unalloyed royalty to him and his administration. I will continue to see myself both as a personal friend to Mr President and a patriotic citizen of Nigerian. Even as I step aside momentarily, I consider myself extremely lucky to be among the few in our generation who helped midwife the emergence of a fellow in the mould of Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan to stir the ship of the Nigerian state in the 21st Century. I wish you well, Sir. My family and I will continue to remember you in our prayers for the good Lord to continue to bless, guard and protect you.