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PDP Is Distracting Gov. Hope Uzodinma Intentionally With Their Protests – OMPALAN

Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma

Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma

The Imo State Chapter of Oil and Solid Mineral Producing Area Landlords’ Association of Nigeria (OMPALAN) has urged the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to stop distracting Gov. Hope Uzodinma.

The state Chairman of OMPALAN, Mr. Chibunna Ubawuike, revealed this as he spoke with newsmen in Abuja recently.

According to him, PDP must stop hindering the governor from triggering democracy in the state with their malicious political demonstrations that are only meant to disrupt the peace in the state.

He added that the protests going on across the state right now were intentional moves to distract the governor from fulfilling his promises to the people.

His words, “My organisation, OMPALAN, wants to express its support for the government of Uzodinma.

“And we want the world to know that OMPALAN worked to ensure that his mandate was retrieved and we thank the Supreme Court for doing justice to his case by declaring him the governor on Jan. 14.

“We want to let the world know that all the political demonstrations that the ousted PDP government in Imo State are embarking on is not acceptable.

“No right thinking Imolite will come out to demonstrate against the government of Gov. Hope Uzodinma.”

Imolites have been battered and bruised politically and they have been hoping for hope and Hope is here to bring succour to them.

“He is here to give them all those things they have been denied of infrastructure, health facilities and others. Hope is here to provide the democratic deliverables so they should give him a chance.

“They should stop renting crowd to demonstrate and they should stop intimidation and blackmail that they are involved in.

“Instead they should support him to deliver on democratic dividends to the people of Imo State.

“Those accusing him of stealing another person’s mandate do not have voter’s card and could not have voted in the election.

“I participated in the election and I voted for him.

“My organisation mobilised massively for him and voted for him.

“It was to our chagrin and consternation when the result went the other way round and we urged him to go to court to redress the injustice and here we are, the Supreme Court gave him back his mandate.”

“He has given us assurance that he will do it and he has started well.

“We in OMPALAN are proud to say our hope is alive in Hope Uzodinma as the governor of Imo State and he needs the support of everyone in the state to deliver not distraction.”

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