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2019: “Allow Asadu to carry his cross”-Constituents urge Ugwuanyi

“No to Asadu posters”

The Nsukka/Igboeze South Rescue Movement, a group of concerned constituents demanding accountability from Reps member Dr. Patrick Asadu has called on Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi to allow the people decide on the lawmaker’s fourth term bid.
In a communique issued after a joint meeting held on Sunday 15th, April 2018, the group requested Asadu to furnish the constituents with the following information;
“The number of verifiable Bills and motions sponsored by him since 11years of his representation at the National Assembly, if any.
“Number of constituency projects attracted since 11years, if any. Number of constituency town hall meetings and engagements, if any. Finally give the reasons why he is seeking for 4th term bid.”
The group is also demanding His Excellency Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi the Executive Governor of Enugu State, Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) and other anti graft agencies to investigate the rumor making the rounds that the embattled Reps member, Hon. Patrick Asadu allegedly paid the sum of N1bn to secure 2019 ticket from the Director General of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi Campaign Organisation.
“The group strongly advice the Governor and other well meaning Nigerians to disassociate themselves from the 4th term Bid of Hon. Asadu as he is greatly perceived as a bad market come 2019.
“We therefore encourage anyone that will emerge in 2019 from Nsukka/Igboeze Federal Constituency to ensure good performance and effective representation remains his guiding principle, it will be no longer business as usual.
“We equally appreciate the Governor for the good Governance being enjoyed in the State and promised a Solid Support for his second term bid to ensure continuity of his good Works come 2019 . Enugu State is in the Hands of God.”
The communique was jointly signed by Igboke Onyebuchi, Ezeagbo Ikenna Collins, Ogwo Ernest C., Ozioko Ikenna, Omeje Kingsley K, Ezugwu Samuel N, and Agboeze Kanayochukwu.


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