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Ihedioha Has Turned Politics Into A Do-Or-Die Affair – Chief John Enyogasi

Emeka Ihedioha

Emeka Ihedioha

Imo stakeholders have begged the ex Imo governor, Emeka Ihedioaha to listen to the voice of reason and end his legal battle against Governor Hope Uzodinma or face the consequence in his political career.

The stakeholders said unless Emeka forgets about his review case at the Supreme Court, he might turn into a political leper when he gets defeated by Governor Uzodinma again.

Ex chairman of Iwuanyanwu Nationale, Price Lemmy Akakem, popular businessman and philanthropist, Chief John Enyogasi and chairman of Traditional Rulers Council in Orlu, Eze Godwin Okeke, revealed that Emeka Ihedioha could be heading to political perdition due to his stubbornness to insist on a matter that the Supreme Court already closed.

Chief John Enyogasi added that they were embarrassed by how Emeka Ihedioha had turned politics into a do-or-die affair.

His words, “He is still a young man with a lot of prospects. He should not do or say things that would be used against him tomorrow. Just like other important Nigerians have said, now is the time for Ihedioha to throw in the towel.”

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Rt. Hon Chief Sir Emeka Ihedioha (born 24 March 1965) is a Nigerian politician and Businessman. He served as Governor of Imo State. He was removed from office by the January 14th 2020 Supreme Court judgement. He is a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) member and represented the Aboh Mbaise/Ngor Okpala Federal Constituency of Imo State. He was also the former deputy speaker of the House of Representatives. He holds a National Honor as Commander of the Order of the Niger (CON).

In 2015, he served as Speaker of the House of Representatives following the defection of Aminu Tambuwal to APC. He became Governor in 2019, winning the Gubernatorial race.

Ihedioha was born on 24 March 1965 at Mbutu Aboh Mbaise Local Government Area in Imo State, South-East Nigeria.

He attended Town School Mbutu in Aboh Mbaise and completed same at SDA Primary School Abule Oja, Yaba in 1976. He had his secondary education at St. Ephraim’s Secondary School, Owerrinta in present-day Abia State. He then proceeded to the University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, where he obtained a Bachelor of Science (B.SC) degree in Food Science and Technology, in 1988.

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