Adoration tragedy: Ngige asks Obi to take responsibility


APC candidate, Dr Chris Ngige and the incumbent
governor were yesterday engaged in a war of
words over the tragedy at the Adoration Ground last
Ngige whose reaction was contained in a statement
signed by the Director of Media and Publicity of the
Chris Ngige Campaign Organisation, Chief Charles
Amilo, blasted Gov. Obi noting that the traditional
recourse of blaming Sen. Ngige each time he (Obi)
fails in one department of leadership or governance,
should be a worn out excuse by now, which would
certainly not work in the very serious circumstance
at hand’
Sen Ngige, neither attended the crusade, knew
nothing about it, nor received the report of the
incident at the crusade in good time.
he APC Anambra State Governorship candidate,
Sen. Chris Ngige, his wife, Dr. Evelyn Ngige and
Hon. Charles Odedo, House of Representatives
member representing Idemili North/South Federal
Constituency during a campaign rally at Nnobi,
Idemili South LGA yesterday
If Ndi Anambra who are not necessarily politicians
spontaneously rejected Gov. Obi and his handpicked
stooge during the night vigil, considering that Obi
and his APGA team in uniform barged into their
communion with God with fliers and sirens, and tear
gas, why should Obi now blame Ngige?
Ngige therefore invited Gov Obi to rise to the
responsibility of Governance in the remaining part of
his tenure by promptly explaining to Ndi Anambra
what his security details were reported to have
done to create a stampede in the place of worship,
as further obfuscation of facts from his government
may build avoidable tension’

Posted By Kevin Jasper (@KevinJasper3)


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