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Supreme Court Judgement Killed Dream of Abians – Ogah’s Aide

By Obinna Ibe, Umuahia

Media Coordinator of Dr. Uche Ogah campaign organisation, Sir Joshua Nnanyerem Ogbonna has said that the recently delivered Supreme court judgement in favour of the incumbent governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu against his principal has killed the dreams of over 90% of Abians who are craving for positive change.
Ogah’s media aide disclosed in Umuahia in an interview with Daily Asset stating that with that judgement, that it has killed the dreams of majority Abians who are craving for change from the pains and hunger they are going through now.
Ogbonna who is publisher of Rising Sun newspaper, a popular regional newspaper added that Uche Ogah is the most acceptable politician in the state and that the true judgement will come one day from God.
He maintained that the judgement fell short of expectation of the masses who are rooting for Ogah as a person that will redefine governance in the state given his antecedents in the past while calling on Abians to be patient and weep no more that another opportunity is coming for them to show these oppressors and deceivers of the people red card.
On allegation that Uche Ogah has perfected plans to defect to APC, the former Special Adviser to former governor Dr. T A Orji on print media and documentation said he is not aware of this but he knows that he is the most acceptable, most loved politician in Abia state today so every political party is begging him to come and join them and APC is no exception.
High Chief Joshua Ogbonna also said that if his principal decides to defect to APC it will be made public and not through the back door as may be misconstrued in some quarters.

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