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Sunday, 12 November 2017

Obi-Obiano Feud: The Clash Of The Black Sheep




By Eluwa Chidiebere | For Biafra Writers

November 12, 2017

Our forefathers always say that "Until the rotten tooth is pulled out, the mouth must chew with caution." Willie Obiano the seating governor of Anambra state has been fighting like a lion to make his name relevant to his people. Governor Obiano now popularly referred to as "The Killer'' and "The Basket Mouth'' of the State for killing his people with impunity and at the same time, promising heaven on earth to his people without accomplishing any, has earned the governor a can of ridicule and bad names by his people.

Willie Obiano instead of explaining to the people he misled, how he has eaten deep into the bone marrow of their treasury, has chosen to give anyone he sees as a clog in the wheel of his continued milking dry of the Anambra state's treasury, a barrage of attacks. Top in the list is IPOB’s leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu whom he threatened to deal with.

Out of fury for his bad time (his fear of no election in Anambra state), Obiano has never stopped raining negative and abusive utterances on people who do not share the same opinion with him. This time, in his move to restore that ‘‘trust’’ which he has lost from his people, has deem it a try to falsely accuse his predecessor Peter Obi, another killer of his people, of leaving a debt of N127 billion when leaving office in a bid to get sympathizers who will vote for him in the upcoming Anambra election. Willie accusing Peter Obi of leaving a debt in office was a calculated and trickish move to win the people's sympathy. Of course, election is by the corner and failure is at his doorstep staring at his blood-sucking face. For four good years, Obiano has not complained of this, only to come now he is faced with election palaver.

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Peter Obi is a man whose regime took hundreds of lives of Biafran youths who were gruesomely massacred and thrown into the Ezu River in Anambra state, Biafra land under his order and direction. This man kept many homes childless and without a hope. He snuffed life out of the gallant Biafran youths who were the joy of the nation. Biafra land is angry with him and will do justice to him at the appropriate time. The evil that men do will always follow them.

As they say that those in glass house should not throw stones, this accusation leveled on Peter Obi by his co-killer, has pushed the former governor to fire back at him. Indeed, they are washing their dirty linens in the public. This clash of the black sheep has shown what kleptomaniac leaders (Willie Obiano and Peter Obi) are.

In his words, "On 17th of March, 2014 when I left office, l left about N25 billion cash in office. N23, 600, 000,000 was set aside to execute some projects already identified or to finish critical projects. It was also part of the two-year salary for the last set of civil servants we recruited. These funds were tied to specific projects like the Amawbia to Amansea road, the NYSC main office at Umuawulu/Mbaukwu, the hotels, malls. Total money left is N48, 600, 000,000. In dollar component, l left $156 million. We had $56 million in Fidelity Bank, $50 million in Access Bank and $50 million in Diamond Bank. In Naira the total is N200 billion''.

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This came as a shock to the misled citizens who have waited in vain for four good years with nothing to show for in Obiano's administration. The people were flabbergasted the more when Peter Obi in his quest to fight back, went forth to say "l will give you the breakdown of all the banks''. This is the time the good people of Anambra should demand from their so-called governors what they did with their money. By engaging in a war of words is not what the people want to hear. They should spare the people this drama and tell them how their money has been used to develop foreign countries.

During their swearing in, these governors promised many things but could not fulfill any. Willie Obiano promised to vie into oil prospecting in the state and invite investors. He also promised to build three ultra-modern power plants in Onitsha, Nnewi, and Awka and even to build a model 21st century capital city in Awka. This governor who promised to strengthen security in Anambra state has recorded the highest number of killings in his state just like his predecessor Peter Obi when he was in power. Up till now, none of his campaign promises has been fulfilled.

The time is ripe for everyone to stop being fooled by their fellow human being in the name of governors. In every election, they come up with fresh promises to lure the people into voting for them. They have recently resorted to sharing of money to the people to vote for them. Ask yourself, will they keep on sharing this money when they get into power? No. If you vote, your children will curse you for worsening their lives. Haba! Anambra people should look themselves in the face and tell themselves the truth that election must be boycotted totally. Stand with your people for total liberation. Indeed, it is time to rise.


Edited By Chukwuemeka Chimerue




Publisher: Charles Opanwa
The Biafra Times
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2 comments

  1. These two imbeciles [Obi and Obiano] are so annoying. But they have one thing in common, and that is the merciless killing and disdain of ndigbo.

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  2. Igboland is cursed if these are the kinds of people we allow to continue to preside over the affairs of our region. I think these wicked men get away with their evil because after their service they lose their immunity, and yet we the people continue to admire them instead of getting rid of them. We the people give these political imbeciles the gut to punish, enslave and treat us like no human beings. Time for talking is over, let us get rid of these wicked politicians from our land.

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