Obiano Should have Stopped in his First Tenure, the Second Tenure was a Total Disaster- Anambra Lawmaker

The member representing Njikoka 1 constituency at the Anambra State House of Assembly, Hon Timothy Ifedioramma has started that the out-going governor of Anambra State Chief Willie Obiano started well especially on the aspect of security but ended poorly.

Ifedioramma in an interview with Hybrid News Nigeria after plenary urging the incoming governor, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo to learn from the mistakes of Obiano.

In his words: “If Obiano had ended his administration in the first tenure, I would have scored him a 80 percent but these last tenure was disaster.

“Soo many other sectors suffered because he was pursuing some legacy projects. Which tied up the economy of the State.

“The ten thousand capacity international convention center could have been five thousand capacity so as to safe cost and have money for other projects.

“Obiano has done his part, he has good intentions but the actions behind those good intentions to a large extent where not properly carried out.

“It is important that we understand that in the morden democracy is like a relay race where one passes the baten over to another. It’s an endless circle.

‘Ndi-Anambra are grateful for the international airport and I applaud Obiano for the thought but the effects of that project was that other sectors and the economy of the state was held to ransom.

“Anambra roads are in a bad shape. We have an airport but no roads to the airport. I will want the next administration not to toe that path of holding on to one project at the expense of multiple others.

“In governance, it is important to differentiate between what one did by himself and what was done with the tax payers money.

“Governance according to section 14-2 of the 1999 constitution as amended stated clearly the purpose of governance which is for the welfare and security of the people.

Obiano will on the 17th of March 2022 hand-over the leadership of Anambra State to the governor-elect Prof. Chukwuma Soludo.



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