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*ARE OHANEZE NDI IGBO AND SOUTHEASTERN GOVERNORS STILL IN NIGERIA???*.
It is disheartening that since after the Biafran war that ended in 1970, that the Southeasterners have not had a genuine and transparent government and leadership (I did not say RULERSHIP which we see now in the hands of our present Governors).
This is in exception to the late Dr. Sam Mbakwe who single-handedly transformed Abia and Imo state when both states were still one as Imo state.
The late Dr. Sam Mbakwe led Imo state from 1st October, 1979 until 31st December, 1983 under the Nigerian People’s Party (NPP).
Mbakwe was a lawyer and political scientist who had the interest of the people at heart. Mbakwe’s administration’s main priority was to improve Imo state roads. WHICH HE DID.
As concise and precise as this might be, enough of Dr. Sam Mbakwe’s history and achievements.
This is no longer 1979 neither is it 1983. *This is 2017!*
This is not 1979 when Sean Parker with net worth of $2.6 billion was the richest man in the world or 1983 when Nate Blecharczyk with net worth of $3.2 billion was the richest man in the world. This is 2017 where Bill Gates with net worth of $86 billion naira is the richest man in the world.
With the above illustration you will agree with me that a whole lot has changed.
But it is so disappointing and heartbreaking to know that nothing has changed in our roads instead we lose people on daily basis on our bad roads.
It is really funny but true to say that none of the roads linking the Southeastern states to each other is in a good motorable condition.
It is heartbreaking to log on to Facebook on daily basis just to see pictures and video clips of road accidents on these roads.
This ultimately brings me to my topic of discussion today.
*ARE OHANEZE NDI IGBO AND SOUTHEASTERN GOVERNORS STILL IN NIGERIA???*
If the answer to the above question is in the affirmative, then what are their roles and functions?
Are they in existence to become liability to the Igbos or are they there because people must have to represent or occupy the offices?
Most times when Southeastern Governors make harsh policies you tend to ask yourself if they are there to make or Mar the people they were meant to protect peacefully.
There are numerous man-made disasters going on in the SouthEast which are mostly overlooked due to the unconditional love of hope, kind heart, caring nature and frequent regards for a bright future of a typical Igbo man.
An Igbo man, as illustrious as he is can endure pain and still show love to his neighbor.
This singular act, I haven’t seen in our Governors of today.
*HOW DID WE GET HERE? HOW DID WE GET HERE??!*
WHY IS IT SO DIFFICULT FOR THE SOUTHEASTERN GOVERNORS TO PAY SALARIES TO THEIR CIVIL SERVANTS AS AT WHEN DUE?
Sometimes salaries won’t even be paid for over four months for no just reason. But will be so quick to collect tax from traders and keke drivers and their likes.
WHAT IS WRONG WITH OUR ROAD CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES?
Is it that the construction companies turn down the offer of constructing durable roads or that you have vehemently refused to meet with them in that regard?
WHY IS IT THAT AN EASTERNER HAS TO TRAVEL DOWN TO THE WEST OR NORTH TO PROCESS VISA BEFORE LEAVING THE COUNTRY?
- So, you all mean to tell me that it doesn’t bother you to make series of trips before you can be either GRANTED VISA or DENIED thereby incurring unnecessary expenses?
2019 is almost here, most of you will be seeking for second tenure or to become Godfathers as the case may be after your own tenure must have elapsed just to make sure you are still having the state underneath you.
*HOW DID WE GET HERE?*
*WHAT DOES THE OHANEZE NDI IGBO AND THE SOUTHEASTERN GOVERNORS SIT DOWN TO TALK ABOUT?*
I don’t even want to start talking about the numerous number of bad roads in the States.
Mr. Governor, since you love bad roads, enjoy them in your state but have a meeting within yourselves and plan towards constructing good, durable and motorable roads that would link all the Southeastern states.
*Federal roads or no federal roads, the people need good roads. Enough of the excuses!*
This is the 21st century.
Of course, your children won’t be outside the country forever.
They will eventually come back someday to meet the mess you have made in your respective states.
*God help South Eastern Nigeria..*
*Narius Chukwuma Dike Esq*.
Attorney at Onyenucheya & Associates..