I Have Done Well, Labour Party Can’t Unseat Me, Gov Uzodinma Tells Imolite

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The Imo State Government has described as laughable a statement credited to the state Chairman of the Labour Party, Festus Onyekwulisi, where he boasted that LP will sack the state governor, Hope Uzodimma, during the November 11 governorship election in the state.

The Special Adviser to the governor on Public Communications, Collins Ughalaa, in a statement in Owerri, advised LP to first put its house in order before thinking of how to unseat Uzodimma whom he described as “a performing governor.”

Ughalaa said that every resident of the state agreed that Uzodimma had done well and deserved reelection.

Mocking the Imo State chapter of the Labour party over the “imposed caretaker committee,” the special adviser said “there is no democracy in the Labour Party in Imo.” added that the imposition of the caretaker committee is just one of the many strategies to “impose a governorship candidate on the party. The primary election in the Labour Party will be just a formality – to pretend to be democratic.”

“By the special will of God, Governor Hope Uzodimma is seated like the Rock of Gibraltar, and no boastful claim made under exuberance can remove him.

Hope Uzodimma and Imo people are like 5 and 6 – they are intertwined, like conjoined twins, and cannot be severed by mere hallucinations.

“Imo people needed a prudent, performing governor, and they got it all in Uzodimma.

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