Awara Is An Amateur Politician
The AAC governorship candidate Engr. Biokpomabo Awara has been described as an amateur politician who came from nowhere and attempted to reap where he did not sow
Paramount Ruler of Iriebe community, Eze Jeremiah Worenwu, said this at the sidelines of a reception organized by Ward II Obio/Akpor in celebration of Governor Wike’s victory at the governorship election.
Eze Worenwu said “one self acclaimed politician called Amaechi brought Awara from nowhere and wanted to use him to put a spanner in the wheels of PDP in the state”, stressing that God scattered their plans.
“Awara is an amateur politician who one self-acclaimed politician, Amaechi, brought into the scene to challenge the PDP without explaining to him the details of the plot”, the monarch said.
He said Ward II was celebrating because despite the number of military men brought into the state during the election to pave way for the AAC to win, God gave victory to the candidate of the PDP, Nyesom Ezeono Wike. ‘We are happy for his victory’.
On his part, the Paramount Ruler of Rumuodara community, Eze John Enyindah Amadi said Wike fought a hard battle to gain victory and called for support for his administration. He advised leaders of Ward II to make sure that Okporo people benefitted from Wike’s second term, saying they got nothing during his first tenure.
The monarch said at least, one person should be appointed commissioner or board member of state parastatals in Wike’s government adding that one such political appointment could benefit the people of his community, Rumuodara and other communities that makeup Okporo.
Elder Peter Chinwo, leader Ward II, said they went for a Thanksgiving to celebrate Wike’s victory because nobody died in the Ward throughout the election period.
He thanked Ward II and Rivers people for standing behind Governor Wike and expressed hope that he would not disappoint them.