Ikwuano/Umuahia North and South Federal Constituency aspirant under the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, Chief John Kwubiri Nwadinobi has described Ohuhu election as kangaroo election, hence has dissociated self from the outcome.
Chief Nwadinobi who stated this on Tuesday while interacting with newsmen in Umuahia, revealed that the election fail short of standard and cannot be cited as a credible election because of the attitude of delegates.
He dissociated himself from the ongoing kangaroo election in Ohuhu, noting that some delegates who were supposed to be neutral were spotted hobnobbing with his opponent from Ohuhu, Chief Obi Aguocha and pushed that he is made the consensus candidate to represent the clan.
Chief Nwadinobi who described himself as the best candidate for Ohuhu clan, having emerged second during the 2018 People’s Democratic Party primary election and the oldest amongst the aspirants, charged Ohuhu sons and daughters to disregard the news making the rounds on social media that Obi Aguocha is the consensus candidate, stressing that the said meeting was bias and does not speak the voice of Ohuhu people and stakeholders.
He noted that Ohuhu clan has no consensus candidate and therefore whatever be the outcome of the meeting has nothing to do with his ambition to represent the good people of Ikwuano/ Umuahia North South Federal Constituency.
In his words, “It is really surprising that those who pretended to be supporting him came out to contest with him, while they have not committed any offense but they have betrayed some level of trust. the way the election is conducted, shows some political immaturity which must be addressed”.
Chief Nwadinobi maintained that he joined other four aspirants in Ohuhu to condemn the conspiracy and primitive behaviour by the organisers of the election, urging Ohuhu People’s Democratic party faithful to reject the result.