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Imo PDP Is Declaring War On Imo State


Imo PDP Is Declaring War On Imo State


On Tuesday, October 12, the Imo PDP organized a radicalisation programme for over 600 youths in Imo State.

With the radicalisation programme the Imo PDP is declaring war on Imo State.

They have tasked their radicalised youths to do all they can to chase peace away from the State. But God will resist them.

We cannot allow anyone burn down Imo State.

Ihedioha defeated Sam Daddy at the Supreme Court in a pre-election matter. The heavens did not fall. He defeated Uche Nwosu, Ifeanyi Araraume at the Supreme Court. The heavens did not fall.

In Rivers State, Rotimi Amaechi defeated Celestine Omehia at the Supreme Court and became Governor even when his name was not on the ballot, but he claimed to have won the primary election of the PDP and that he was shortchanged afterwards. Omehia was already serving as Governor. But the heavens did not fall.

In Anambra State, Peter Obi defeated Chris Ngige at the Supreme Court. Chris Ngige was already serving as Governor. But the heavens did not fall.

Peter Obi got three Supreme Court judgements. The first was when he defeated Chris Ngige, a PDP Governor. The second was when Andy Uba won the governorship election and was sworn-in. Peter Obi approached the court and said he had not exhausted his four-year tenure. That was a novelty. The third one was when he was impeached by the State assembly. He approached the court, up to the Supreme Court, saying his impeachment was illegal. In a this, the heavens did not fall.

Why would the heavens fall in the case of Ihedioha? The Supreme Court said in his case with Distinguished Senator Hope Uzodimma that he was declared Governor by mistake, that Uzodimma was the duly elected Governor. What is difficult in understanding this fact.

Why should the State burn to ashes because of Ihedioha’s ambition to be Governor. Why assembling Imo youths to radickaize them?

God gives power.

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