Group Opposes Adoption of Elechi for Senate in 2015

08 Mar 2014

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Governor Martin Elechi

A group, Igboesa Integrity Forum has distanced itself from the endorsement of Governor Martin Elechi for Senate in 2015 and blamed “political jobbers for the purported announcement endorsing him for the position.

A communiqué  signed by the President of the Forum, Chief Ogbu Aleke Godwin, Secretary, Chief Odo Frederick and the Public Relations Officer, Omebe Johnson Nwannaji said they owe it a duty to ensure quality representation gleaned from performance.

The group also insisted that they needed a better representation that would ensure social, economic and  infrastructural upliftment of Igboesa at the National Assembly which they were not ready to compromise.

“That having critically examined and sampled  the opinion of our members and the people of Igboesa in general states that the purported endorsement of Governor Martin Elechi was calculated  attempt by some jobbers to mortgage  the right of Igboesa people from making  their own right  choice and having the opportunity to bargain on what to expect from the lawmaker after the election.

“That we want to use this forum to disassociate ourselves from the purported  endorsement and wish to state that those who masterminded  the endorsements are not competent to do so on behalf of the people of Igboesa”, they said.

They  said when the time was due, they will screen and choose with the consent of the people, who will represent them based on achievement.

The group appealed to President Goodluck Jonathan to reconstruct the Nkalagu-Nigercem-Ikem road which has become a death trap.

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