To the glory of God and due credit to Ndi Anambra, the much awaited Nov 18th Governorship Election was held albeit peacfully with an outcome that favours the incumbent and it’s party APGA.
Dr. Tony Nwoye – a firm believer in participatory democracy, despite the observable inconsistencies and irregularities that dots the outcome had chosen to respect the decision of the majority of genuine voters and allow Gov Obiano to have a smooth self transition to his second term in office without the distraction of court litigation and further depletion of Anambra now bleeding cum shallow resources by congratulating his elder brother Gov Willie Obiano and assuring him that he won’t pursue the case in court.
This statesman and sportsman gesture from a younger brother from Nsugbe, ought to have been appreciated by the Gov and his Aguleri community.
Ordinary, it is expected that the Aguleri community having been the greatest beneficiary and recipient of all the projects and other ‘goodies’ that this government could offer in its first term (and possibly second term) would have been in a very receptive, accommodating, joyous and celebrating mode.
However, while distant and less benefiting communities from this Government were celebrating the victory of the party, closing political gaps and building bridges of friendship, some youths of Aguleri invaded the constituency office of Hon Dr Tony Nwoye at Aguleri, vandalising, destroying and looting the constituency office at Aguleri barely 48hrs that their son was declared winner and not yet issued a certificate of return.
There is no justification for such unprovoked and unwarranted attack on the person and properties of Dr Tony Nwoye by a Governor, party and community that ought to be happy and celebrating its victory.
The question that will begrudge our minds that I need to ask Obiano, Apga and Aguleri people is this ….
Is this how to be magnimous in victory?
What has Dr Tony Nwoye done to warrant such an unprovoked attack on his person and constituency office?
Those that have taken a normal political contest to the height of diabolic, malicious, violent and fanatic must be cautioned
Let the video speak for itself