Re: Cheap Popularity And Playing To Gallery, Bane of Abia Politics – The Enyinnaya Nwafor Example

Our attention has been drawn to an unhealthy publication written by a certain Chigozie Eric Ubani on the above subject.

As a rule, we don’t respond to people who’s intentions are laced with irresponsibility and deeply emersed on perennial attention-seeking.

Just like there was orchestrated effort to distract Elisha when he was eyeing the double portion from Elijah, distracting us in doing good would be zero tolerated.

We are yet to manufacture time for professional time wasters.
Talking about cheap popularity can only come from a disillusioned mind capable of deceiving the gullible.

We have reliably gathered and confirmed that Mr Ubani did a hatchet job whose intention was to discredit a project that is people-oriented.

Suffice it to say that the bad portion leading to NNPC depot on Osisioma was well canvased and agreements were reached with relevant authorities in the state before the palliative was put in place.

Ordinarily, we wouldn’t have joined issues with Mr Ubani and his cohorts, but to put record straight.

We will continue to do good no matter how many unpatriotic elements are troubled.
As Christians, we are consistently admonished to be our brother’s keeper.

Who doesn’t know that Jesus Christ was killed for doing good?

We would continue to help out each time we have the opportunity to do so.

We would not keep our hands akimbo and watch the hoi poloi go through avoidable pains this yuletide season.

It is public knowledge that many motorists bought fuel a few days ago above the pump price.

We ask, what is bad in helping out?

Is it possible that Mr Ubani never knew that tanker drivers refused to load PMS from NNPC Osisioma depot?

It is a fait accompli that Tanker drivers via their cells prevented tankers with PMS to offload in Abia State.

Who would be in doubt that by now that a litre of fuel will be hovering around N1000 or more?

I don’t think that it is proper to mix politics with things that matter so much to Abians.

We use this opportunity to tell Mr Ubani and his unaltruistic cohorts that the tanker drivers have suspended the looming strike.

For us, Abia won.

Concerned Abia Citizens.

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