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Friday, January 11, 2019

Gov Rochas And Others Shun Buhari's Campaign Meeting In Enugu...

President Muhammadu Buhari’s re-election campaign kicked off on a low note in the Southeast on Thursday as Owelle Rochas Okorocha, the only South East Governor of All Progressives Congress (APC), failed to attend the first strategy meeting of the zonal campaign council in Enugu.





Others, who were noticeably absent include former Senate President, Ken Nnamani, former Anambra State Governor, Chief Jim Nwobodo, four Ministers from the South East, Chris Ngige (Labour), Geofrey Onyeama (Foreign Affairs), Anthony Anwuka (Education/State Minister) and Okechukwu Enelama (Trade and Investment).

Ogbonnaya Onu, the Minister of Science and Technology was the only Minister from the South East that attended the closed door strategy meeting, convened by Miss Sharon Ikeazor, the Director of Buhari Campaign Council, South East.

The meeting was earlier scheduled to start by 10.am but it was delayed for several hours, following the absence of some key stakeholders.

It eventually commenced by 1.pm when it was obvious that Okorocha and other key stakeholders were not coming.

Some inside sources who confided in journalists, blamed the absence of notable South East APC leaders on their dissatisfaction with the appointment of Miss Ikeazor, a political rookie without any electoral antecedents as the Director of the Buhari Campaign in the South East.

Most of the APC leaders were said to have seen her appointment as an attempt by President Buhari to add salt to the injury already inflicted on Ndigbo by his administration.

The meeting, however, went ahead without an array of South East APC bigwigs.
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14 comments:

  1. They don't matter. He doesn't need Ndigbo to win this election. That's the silent message they have refused to get.

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  2. Confusion in the enemy camp.

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  3. They just want the opposition to feel there's a problem. Politics

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  4. I think they want to support Obi

    Akitu/Obi 2019

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  5. All things work together for good, for those that love God... I pray he doesn't get re-elected, economy has dropped. My love for Saraki though.

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  6. Nahum 9:1...affliction shall never arise d second time

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    1. Thus says the Lord..Amin. If you see how I pray night and day, you'll think I have political ambition. Abuja is now something else, prices of rent, food, transport has skyrocket.

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  8. Is it because she is a SHE? and a single she at that. All these men and their chauvinistic nature.

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    1. Go back read again, she has never won a counselor election how can she deliver a presidential election

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