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DO NOT HAND OVER ANAMBRA TO SOMEONE WHO CAN’T MANAGE HIS BUSINESS AND WHO WOULD CHOOSE TO RELEGATE THE STATE, ACM GROUP WARNS

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A group known as ANAMBRA CONSCIENCE MOVEMENT on Tuesday, August 2nd, 2021, in Nnewi has called on the good people of Anambra to avoid careless and overzealous politicians posing as gubernatorial candidates who lack needed managerial skills to effectively and efficiently manage their businesses and investments.

“While ndi Anambra are expected to elect governor Willie M. Obiano’s successor this November, they should be careful not to elect those who have sent their businesses into relegation, the group warned.”

They also pointed out that politicians like Senator Ifeanyi Ubah whose media-hyped Football Club recently got relegated from Nigeria Premier League to National Championship, businesses gone into oblivion and has been declared “solvent” by all Nigerian Banks while owing AMCON the sum of One Hundred and Thirty Six Billion Naira ~136,000,000 naira, should be strictly avoided.

Anambra Conscience also called on National Assembly members to enact laws stopping bankrupt politicians from contesting election noting that if measures are not taken, the individual if voted into power will liquidate the state. They argued that with such laws, they will not be allowed to have access to State or Federal Treasury.

The group equally advised every onye Anambra to avoid falling into Senator Ifeanyi Ubah game plan as he is just known for media lollipop revealing that he will soon be handed over to AMCON as processes are underway.

They further charged the public to get their PVC ready as Nov 6 is no longer far urging all gubernatorial aspirants with any form of fund misappropriation and management related issues to first sort themselves out before contesting for any political office.

Signed

Chibuzo Malife
Ikenga Amesi
AMC PRO.

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