‘Hope Uzodinma’s supreme court’s victory, worse than obituary announcement’ – Rights activist
MBAKA: THE SUPREME COURT TECHNICALITY, JEOPARDY & MY HOPELESSNESS IN IMO STATE
By Comrade Paul Njoku
As an Imolite, i am utterly convinced that Imo people are hopeless to enjoin with any technical hope scripted and driven in a dimensional “aeroplane” to the State as an emissary of despondent ambiance set to pervade the obvious.
Although, I have already appealed my hopelessness regards the Supreme Court decision via the prognosis of Imo State guber election to God. Kindly permit me to list the technicality of the March 9, 2019 flashback of the guber elections as detailed below….
*2019 Imo State Gubernatorial Elections*
#1 Emeka Ihedioha (PDP) – 273, 404
#2 Uche Nwosu (AA) -190, 364
#3 Ifeanyi Ararume (APGA) – 124, 676
#4 Hope Uzodinma (APC) -96, 458
– Source, *-NEC*
This historic technicality by the Supreme Court is another unexpected rape and a nightfall in the State.
Assuming that 388, 053 votes were excluded from the 318 units as purported, could the votes be arbitrarily or empirically be awarded to the 4th person who did not even win in any local government area in Imo State? What happened to a re-run philosophy?
If the second overall winner (Uche Nwosu) was outdated by the same Supreme Court few months ago for possessing both the APC and AA tickets, where comes the APC qualification in the election and where comes the flag-bearer in Hope Uzodinma with his poor overall votes? Supreme Court under Tanko Mohammed has suddenly murdered sleep in Imo State. The declaration is worst than an obituary announcement.
However, Rev.Fr. Ejike Mbaka’s “prophecy” against Emeka Ihedioha via the Imo State guber prognosis on December 31, 2019, was nothing but a “Nollywood script and ruse”. The role of a “prophet” was just given to him in the movie which he played very excellently as a smart gospel-artist and actor.
If there was a god that gave Mbaka that political prophecy to speak forth in favour of Hope Uzodinma, there is also our Almighty God that gives us wisdom to think wisely. Some of us are not gullible.
-Comrade Paul Ikechukwu Njoku
(Human Rights Activist/Author)
January 14, 2020