While we are anxious and even confident about sending Hope Uzodimma back to Omuma, it is important to alert Imolites, that while Uzodimma is a very bad dream that must not be allowed to repeat itself in Imo State, there are some governorship tickets that will end up making Uzodimma a Messiah, and some of them are;
1. SAMDADDY: Bringing the Amaimo smooth talker as an alternative to Uzodimma will be like bringing Lucifer as an alternative to Bar Jesus. Uzodimma might be everything we do not want to see in political leadership, but we cannot deny that he has left signature projects across Imo State in his three years as governor.
Samdaddy has been LGA Chairman, House of Assembly member, Senator, and currently the National Secretary of the PDP, yet, there is no standing legacy project in his name, apart from using those opportunities to sneak up to wealthier and more influential politicians to become their glorified potters. A ticket that has Samdaddy on it must be rejected by Imolites.
2. AN ORLU CANDIDATE: Any other Orlu governorship candidate must be rejected. It is time for power to go to either Owerri or Okigwe zone. Imo State does not belong to the Orlu zone alone and anyone seeking the governorship seat in Imo, no matter how qualified and how wonderful he or she is, must not come from the Orlu zone.
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3. ANY ROCHAS FAMILY AFFILIATED TICKET: Even though I supported the Rochas self-succession plan in 2019, and would do the same all over again, given the same circumstances, it will be unimaginable to have a Rocha’s stooge or family member on any governorship ticket in the nearest future, especially now that the extent of the looting and selfishness that defined that regime has come to light. Such a ticket should not only be rejected by Imolites but also ostracised.
IMO MUST WIN!
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