2014: It’s undemocratic to give governorship to Anambra North – Ngige

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former-anambra-state-governor-chris-ngigeFORMER governor of Anambra State and the senator representing Anambra Central senatorial zone, Dr. Chris Ngige, is not amused by the on-going campaign in the state that Anambra North senatorial zone should produce the next governor of the state in 2014, describing such argument as undemocratic.

Though Ngige has not declared interest in the election, which is expected to take place in December next year, his political associates have been pressuring him to contest to enable him complete the journey he ended in 2003 when he was removed from office by the court after three years in office as governor.

The incumbent governor, Mr. Peter Obi, and many politicians from Anambra North are among those in the forefront of the argument in favour of the North senatorial zone to produce the next governor because the area has not done so since the creation of the state in 1991.

Source: Vanguard

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  2. Anambra north is asking for equity just like Ndigbo is asking in Nigeria federation. Even if its undemocratic, some certain certain political issues are solved using political solution , and it s done everywhere in d world. But our greedy politicians who felt excluded from this arrangement are the people making noise about it. Let’s give Anambra North a sense of belonging

  3. @Nnamdi, i beg to differ. I don’t think we need a governor based on sentiment or equity. Anambra north maynot have produced a sound candidate i̶̲̥̅̊n̶̲̥̅̊ †ђξ past and maynot still have one as we speak. So are u suggesting we give †ђξ state to a toy just to make anambra north feel a sense of belonging? NO!!! All we need is a Person that can work. We need †ђξ people’s choice. Not some puppet


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