From Ada Bosa
The fairy tale of Senator Chris Ngige slapping a priest at Nanka has been described as a ‘manifestation of ‘typhoid fever’ from idle election jobbers seeking to create room for liliputs to swindle the governorship seat without ideas.’
Dismantling the story as published in some online publications , Director ,Media & Publicity in the Ngige Campaign Organisation Chief Charles Amilo noted that with Anambra State gubernatorial elections coming very close, we have seen much of that a gutter sniping and we still aspect more to come’
Someone who was in All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) once paid heavily to create th fiction that Ngige was pelted with stones in Awka because ,,but time and the flow of information proved him wrong and now the same character has been heavily indicted in the advance stealing of Anambra State funds through an agreement signed by the APGA candidate’
Continuing Amilo said, they would be caught the same way because they do not know what it means to tell lies in the name of a clergyman.
‘Ngige has nothing to do with what they are twisting, but we do not blame opponents who are so afraid that they would destroy the billboards of another , if they try to connect the argument between the policemen in the convoy of a different individual from Amaocha Chief Okwy Adaogu from Agulu Uzigbo ,simply becaue he supports Ngige ’.
Chief Adaogu had resolved the issue his security pdetails had with a reverend father in Nanka and is warm and ordil relationship with all ,as was before the conflict and that should be enough, except for unrepentant mischief makers’.
‘And being a Kninght of the St John’s International, one of the highest Orders in the Catholic church has no business Senator Ngige has no business arguing with a priest, moreso in the church premises, so no person worth his head should believe that story’ Amilo enthused.
‘But we are more comfortable discussing how Ngige will bring back regional Water Supply, emplace free education and free infant medical facilities for Anambra. We want to discuss how Ngige will build an airport that the current government of Anambra State refused to build and how parent sin Anambra State will no longer pay school fees at all in Primary and Secondary schools, but instead get the kind of education that will make our youth employ themselves after school-leaving.