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Sunday, January 31, 2016

An Open Letter to Ijele

It's quite unfortunate that most politicians/leaders don't know when they miscalculate. One certainly can't eat his cake and still keep same.

Sir, you ended exceedingly well as a governor, a leader and indeed the IJELE of our time when the entire Igbo race was in disparate need of a leader. We were so proud of your achievements.

I was at the inauguration ground when you openly said that "never again will you participate in any elective position in life," you equally told us that you never built any interest around the incoming government, we were so very happy especially when you promised to assist the government in any way you can, especially at the federal level.

All these became a nightmare to me the day I read that you've abandoned the party you jointly nurtured with other great minds like our beloved Ikemba, whom you replaced as the leader of our great party APGA.

You created factionalism within same party you were heading, but to the glory of God, you lost out at the Supreme Court. Even in joining the PDP you also landed in the wrong faction, which has also been sacked by the Supreme Court.

Hmmmm, our IJELE is fast becoming an OGBANGBADA.

I was at the thanksgiving ceremony of Sir Victor Umeh (Ohamadike) in marking the end of his successful tenure as the APGA chairman, both chief Umeh and the Executive Governor, Chief Willie Obiano told the congregation that the APGA family is ever willing to welcome you back to assume your rightful place.

I sincerely think is right time we come together as one United big family because one does not build and destroy at the same time. APGA has come to stay, and nothing can divide it.

Lastly, I wish to use this opportunity/medium in congratulating our Executive Governor Chief Willie Obiano for his achievements so far, while wishing our beloved chairman emeritus, Sir Victor Umeh (Ohamadike) a smooth and successful election to the Senate of the Federal Republic.
Long live APGA.

Author: Odaa Opuo

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