Dunukofia Constituency :Engr Arthur Eze And His Spirit Of marginalization By Mbanugo Onyeka Nelson

Engr Arthur Eze and his spirit of marginalization

When you win, say nothing, when you lose, say less, Hon Nonso Eze is a Bad Wolf in Apga Dunukofia!

News reaching our desk is that Hon Nonso Eze headed to Federal High Court and petitioned Our great party APGA and our Flag bearer for Anambra State House of Assembly, Dunukofia Constituency, Hon Lawrence Ezeudu,the current Chief Whip of Anambra State House of Assembly.
Some days ago, I described Hon Chukwunonso Eze as a philanthropist because he has no business at Anambra state House of assembly, Hon Nonso Eze lives under the Shadow of Prince (Engr) Arthur Eze.

Engr Arthur Eze and His Evil plan to destroy Our party and Dunukofia!Now he’s hiding under Nonso Eze to fight our Great party APGA, Gov Willie Obiano and Hon Lawrence Ezeudu (Mr Project)!

Engr Arthur Eze is a full member of APC, who fought Apga with his money and the last drop of his blood during gubernatorial Election, 2017. After he failed to deliver APC, His connection and contact with President Muhammadu Buhari separated. He want to use Dunukofia Constituency to get into the corridor of power by all means .
(1) He sponsored One Mr Tochukwu Eze under PDP platform for Anambra State House of Assembly, Dunukofia Constituency 2019, it’s on record that Tochukwu didn’t win the primary election but rather bought it with #50m(Fifty million Naira)

(2) Knowing Very well that PDP and APC has no business in Dunukofia politics because of Apga tremendous development so far through Hon Lawrence Ezeudu and Hon Lake Umerie (Our TC), he gave Nonso Eze #100m(hundred million Naira) for primary Election only , but Glory be to almighty God that he failed and Dunukofia Constituency decided and Chose Hon Lawrence Ezeudu to pilot the affairs of Dunukofia Constituency for the next Four years.

Throw back! some years ago, Hon Barr CUC Ikebudu contested for Anambra State House of Assembly, Dunukofia Constituency and won but Engr Arthur Eze denied him, his mandate!
Since 1999 to 2011, Engr Arthur Eze imposed Local Government Chairman and House of Assembly members to our constituency and LGA.
In 2011, Engr Arthur Eze Imposed Hon John Olibie against the wish of the masses (Hon Lawrence Ezeudu) to us as a member representing Dunukofia Constituency and he failed woefully to deliver dividends of democracy to our constituency!
In 2013,The same Engr Arthur Eze imposed one Mr Ikpoaku to us as Dunukofia Local Government and he also failed delivered dividend of Democracy to our people.

Is Engr Arthur Eze the Cause! Or is he coursed!!
ANYBODY FIGHT HON LAWRENCE EZEUDU IS FIGHTING GOD BECAUSE POWER BELONG TO GOD.
CHUKWUNWIKE IS A SURE BET

Continue…………..

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Lagos Assembly Informs PSP Operators Disengaged By Ambode To Resume ‘Full Operations’

The Lagos State House of Assembly on Thursday mandated local government executives in the state to call on the Private Sector Partnership (PSP) operators in their areas to resume picking up refuse.

Akinwunmi Ambode, Governor of the state, had disengaged the PSP operators last year and introduced the Cleaner Lagos Initiative, through the Visionscape Sanitation Solution Limited, in their stead.

However, on Thursday, the House denied knowledge of Visionscape Sanitation Solutions Ltd.

The resolution to recall the PSP operators followed an urgent matter of public importance raised by Gbolahan Yishawu, Chairman of House Committee on Budget and Economic Planning, over heaps of refuse scattered all over the state.

Yishawu complained about the several heaps of refuse on Lagos roads, saying: “Some refuse are being taken to Epe and Ikorodu but these places are a bit far now.

“We used to dump the refuse in Olusosun, but the place was gutted by fire. We can give the place to private companies.

“The sanitary land fill in Epe is not being utilised and the transfer loading stations too are not working effectively, with the turnaround time of collecting the refuse not being utilised. It is not all the PSP operators that are working. Maybe we can recall the PSP operators and reopen Olusosun and the land fill sites should be operated properly,.”

Sanai Agunbiade, Majority Leader of the House, said that heaps of refuse were worse in Ikorodu.

Agunbiade argued that for the state to have good sanitation, a law on environmental sanitation was passed in the state, but things have not been properly done since then.

“The refuse on the roads and on the streets are hazardous to the people. Flies from the refuse perch on the food people are eating exposing to health hazards,” he said.

“One day, Olusosun will not be able to accommodate refuse any longer. It will be better if we can change our policy on refuse disposal.

“I will suggest that we should invite the people in the Ministry of Health and those in the Ministry of the Environment to know their challenges. The refuse situation has become an eyesore in Lagos State. We should invite the people in charge.”

Also, Bisi Yusuff, representing Alimosho Constituency 1, observed that Visionscape lacks the competence to do the job, and urged the House to look at the situation critically and urgently.

The lawmakers took turns to decry the poor state of refuse management across the state.

In his ruling, Mudashiru Obasa, Speaker of the House, directed to Chairmen of the 20 local governments and 36 Local Council Development Areas (LCDAs) to engage PSP operators to resume full operations.

Obasa also directed Azeez Sanni, the Clerk of the House, to invite the Commissioner for the Environment, Babatunde Durosinmi-Etti, to appear before the House on the matter next week.

He said the Lagos State Government does not know anything about Visionscape, lamenting that the executive did not consult with other arms of government before engaging Visionscape.

“We insist that we don’t know anything about Visionscape because we were not consulted before they started work,” he said.

“We once wrote the Commissioner for Finance, Mr Akinyemi Ashade, not to pay Visionscape again and that he would return any money he paid to them after our instruction to the coffers of the government.

“We will go to that when the time comes but we have to do the needful now. We call on the 20 local governments and 37 LCDAs to have meetings with the PSP operators to go back to work and they should start paying them and make the residents to start paying the operators. We have to avoid epidemics and be proactive

Breaking News : ‘Entire PDP Ward’ In Akwa Ibom Defects To APC

 All Progressives Congress (APC) says it has welcomed the “entire chapter and ward exco” of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Obot Akara Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State into its fold.

Making an announcement on Twitter, the party said the defectors were received to their new party by Abom Tony Esu, Director-General of the campaign organisation of Nsima Ekere, the governorship candidate of the party in the 2019 election.

“The entire Chapter & Ward Exco of the PDP in Obot Akara LGA in Akwa Ibom State have decamped to the APC alongside thousands of their members. They were received into the APC by the DG of Nsima Ekere 2019 Governorship Campaign, Abom Tony Esu, on October 17, 2018,” it said.

The political terrain in Akwa-Ibom has seen some mini-defections since Godswil Akpabio, a two-time former Governor of the state, crossed from the PDP to APC.

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The entire Chapter & Ward Exco of the PDP in Obot Akara LGA in Akwa Ibom State have decamped to the APC alongside thousands of their members. They were received into the APC by the DG of Nsima Ekere 2019 Governorship Campaign, Abom Tony Esu, on October 17, 2018

Breaking News : Buhari Meets With Security Chiefs

President Muhammadu Buhari is currently meeting with Security Chiefs at the State House, Abuja.

Present at the meeting, which held on Thursday, were Minister of Defence, Brigadier General Mansur Dan Ali; Chief of Army Lieutenant General T.Y. Buratai; Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Ibok Ekwe Ibas; Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, among others.

Stay tuned for more details…..

Breaking News : Ondo Assembly Sacks 18 LG Caretaker

The caretaker committee chairmen in the 18 local government areas of Ondo State have again been dissolved by the Ondo State House of Assembly.

The committees were sacked on Thursday by the lawmakers following a unanimous decision at the day’s plenary.

This is the second time in 2018 that these caretaker committee chairmen would be dissolved during the administration of Governor Rotimi Akeredolu.

Bamidele Oloyelogun, Speaker of the Assembly, announced the dissolution at a plenary, following the expiration of an additional six months to the tenure of the caretaker committees.

Segun Ajimatokin, a lawmaker representing Irele Constituency I at the House of Assembly, moved a motion for the dissolution of the committees.

Hon. Ajimatokin’s motion was also immediately seconded by Jamiu Maito, who is representing Akoko North West Constituency I at the state parliament house.

The two lawmakers argued at the hallowed chamber of the Assembly that the tenure of the caretaker committees had earlier been elongated for a period of six months, which lapsed on Wednesday, October 17, 2018.

They explained that since the issue had been extensively debated at the parliamentary meeting of the house. It was, however, resolved that the 18 caretaker committees be dissolved.

“Today, at the parliamentary meeting, members of this honourable house extensively debated the tenure of the local government caretaker committees and resolved that they be dissolved. I hereby move a motion for the dissolution of the committees across the 18 local government areas of Ondo State with immediate effect,” Ajimatokin had said.

The affected 18 local government caretaker committees have been directed to immediately hand over to the directors of Local Government Administration in their respective LGAs.

The last sack of caretaker committee chairmen in April was to pave way for the conduct of a substantive poll “around May or June”; but five months after, the election still hasn’t been held