Dr. Ifeanyi Okonkwo Blows Hot Over Umeh’s Desperation

The elections of February 23 have come and gone. In a sane environment, this period would be used for a fruitful interaction between the outgoing and incoming senators to exchange ideas and ventilate approaches that will ensure a smooth transition, thereby ensuring that Anambra Central continues to enjoy the fruits of effective representation. Unfortunately, Anambra central is once again witnessing the same rascality and madness that have characterized previous elections.

It has become prevalent for people to contest elections and before even the election is conducted, already start making arrangements to go to court to thwart the people’s choice. Some don’t even campaign but go to court after the election to frustrate the winner and the voters in a bid to reap where they did not sow. Some have turned it into a money making scheme to assist the more wealthy opponent of the winner create parallel court cases to strangulate the actual winner financially.

It will be recalled that Chief Victor Umeh, even before the elections was threatening to go to court to challenge the candidature of Senator Uche Ekwunife, notwithstanding that they belong to different parties. It will not be far-fetched to believe that the other parallel suit challenging the election of Senator Ekwunife by one Barr. Tony Chukwuelue on the grounds of omitting the SDP logo by INEC may be reminiscence of the proverbial hand of Esau but the voice of Jacob.  Anambra Central is now becoming notorious for instituting parallel law suits against Senator Uche Ekwunife, all in a bid to frustrate her and deprive the people of Anambra Central of their choice. It is therefore time for all Anambra Central stakeholders to rise and reject this recurring affront to their collective will. These law suits are not just against Senator Uche Ekwunife but a challenge to Anambra Central people. It will not be out of place to caption the suits as those between Victor Umeh/Tony Chukwuelue Vs Anambra Central.

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