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Support Benjamin Kalu, don’t divide Ikwuisii Votes – Group charges Ugboaja and Charles Chukwunaru

A sociopolitical youth organization and an Ikwuisii rights organization, OFU OBI Youth Council, has “invoked the ancestors of Ikwuisii to deal with any of Ikwuisii son working against the collective desire and rights of Ikwuisii people”.

This is even as the group who endorsed the flag bearer of the All Progressives Congress APC, Barr. Benjamin Kalu, charged the oppositions, namely, Comrade Emma Ugboaja of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) and Charles Chukwunaru of (YPP) to support Barr Kalu, noting, he (Kalu) has the capacity to represent Bende Federal Constituency.

Speaking in a Press Conference held yesterday in Uzuakoli, the Convener of the group Dr. Austin Mgbeike stated that “one is surrounded by his enemies must jealously guide his life. Imagine the scenario, where Ikwuisii whose turn it is to produce the next house of representatives member and who are expected to speak with one voice, now presenting 3 candidates”.

“We in Ikwuisii know the strengths of these candidates because they are our brothers and therefore are in the best position to advise those who cannot make it to throw in the towel, except they are playing a script, which is aimed at denying us our right.”

Dr. Mgbeike urged Benjamin Kalu to reach out to his brothers Emma Ugboaja and Charles Chukwunaru to close ranks in order to wipe away shame from the great Ikwuisii clan.

He further admonished Barr. Ugbaoja and Charles Chukwunaru not to play the spoiler game, in order to disappoint those who are already thinking they are sponsored and join forces with their Brother Benjamin Kalu who is well poised to grab that which belongs to Ikwuisii.

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