Ekweremadu Spent Last 3 years Battling Buhari
The chief general of Voice of Nigeria has blamed Ekweremadu for building no heritage – He said rather than the appointee Senate president to perform proactively, he was battling the administration – He guaranteed to convey profits of popular government to his kin if chose to the Senate Osita Okechukwu, the executive general of Voice of Nigeria (VoN), has denounced the delegate Senate president, Ike Ekweremadu, of putting over the most recent three years condemning President Muhammadu Buhari as opposed to bringing the profits of majority rule government and great portrayal to his body electorate.
The Punch reports that Okechukwu said this while tending to some All progressives Congress (APC) designates in Awgu neighborhood government zone on Sunday, September 16, including that Ekweremadu did not merit another term at the Senate.
He stated: “My sibling, Senator Ekweremadu, rather than supporting Buhari’s streets, rails, horticulture and power ventures, put over the most recent three years battling the president.” “By his tendency to self, he neglected to use the Anchor Borrowers Scheme or any of the agrarian projects to create rice, cassava, cashew or palm ranches.”
“By the finesse of Almighty God and my kin, I, as a congressperson, will enter into Mr President’s undertakings to create rice and cassava incorporated homesteads.
” In a response to Okechukwu’s announcement, Ekweremadu, through one of his media assistants, Luke Mgbo, has depicted Okechukwu as a political proselytizer with almost no political significance in Enugu west senatorial region.
“It is clear that he insidiously declined to welcome the various formative undertakings pulled in by Senator Ekweremadu to Enugu West senatorial area, for example, Nnewi-Oduma-Akaeze streets and extensions, Nkwe-Ezere-Awgunta-Mmaku-Obeagu street, Udi North ring street which cover Awhum-Egede-Affa and relatively all aspects of Udi North, power and instructive ventures, grants and bursaries to needy understudies, assistance of vocations, limit building and strengthening programs.
Meanwhile the ex-legislative leader of Enugu state, Sullivan Chime, blamed Senator Ekweremadu for holding political position in an offer to improve himself and his family. Ring made the attestation at Ngwo-Uno ward, in Udi chamber territory of Enugu state where he joined gathering individuals to praise the abandonment of Donald Nnadi from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the APC. He likewise complimented the most recent decampee for taking a striking choice to leave the PDP, reestablishing his stand that the gathering kicked the bucket long back.