Peter Obi Presents Cars, Cash Securing His Appointment As Aviation Minister

6 years ago by: samuel olowo
(m) at 29-04-2014 07:09AM (6 years ago)

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According to Sahara Reporters, former Anambra State Governor Peter Obi is handing out cars and cash "gifts" to those lawmakers who might make his becoming the next Minister of Aviation more easy.
Obi, a leader of the All Peoples Grand Alliance (APGA), has completed his second term as Anambra State Governor in March 2014, and indications have emerged that President Goodluck Jonathan plans to give the post to him to replace Stell Oduah.
First, Obi was considered a replacement for Pius Anyim, former senator and current Secretary of the Federal Government. who is believed to be seriously weighing a governorship option in Ebonyi State. However, according to reliable sources, Obi's persona did not satisfy some representatives of the Peoples Democratic Party. According to sources within the party, its key members, including its national chairman, insisted that an original member of the party (specifically, Jerry Ugokwe) should take the post.
Obi is also being criticized by the PDP and non-PDP political figures for the "divisive politics" he introduced in his home state during his eight-year governorship. He is accused of setting up Roman Catholics against Anglicans, Anambra South against Anambra North, and some traditional rulers against others. Furthermore, Obi is being criticized for "manipulating ethnic sentiments" in Anambra State.
According to Sahara Reporters' sources, Obi, who is aware of political intrigues around him and intends to "soften" them, gave away a number of Ford SUVs to some key political figures, like senators from the Southeast region, Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, and Senate President, David Mark.

According to Sahara Reporters, former Anambra State Governor Peter Obi is handing out cars and cash "gifts" to those lawmakers who might make his becoming the next Minister of Aviation more easy.
Obi, a leader of the All Peoples Grand Alliance (APGA), has completed his second term as Anambra State Governor in March 2014, and indications have emerged that President Goodluck Jonathan plans to give the post to him to replace Stell Oduah.
First, Obi was considered a replacement for Pius Anyim, former senator and current Secretary of the Federal Government. who is believed to be seriously weighing a governorship option in Ebonyi State. However, according to reliable sources, Obi's persona did not satisfy some representatives of the Peoples Democratic Party. According to sources within the party, its key members, including its national chairman, insisted that an original member of the party (specifically, Jerry Ugokwe) should take the post.
Obi is also being criticized by the PDP and non-PDP political figures for the "divisive politics" he introduced in his home state during his eight-year governorship. He is accused of setting up Roman Catholics against Anglicans, Anambra South against Anambra North, and some traditional rulers against others. Furthermore, Obi is being criticized for "manipulating ethnic sentiments" in Anambra State.
According to Sahara Reporters' sources, Obi, who is aware of political intrigues around him and intends to "soften" them, gave away a number of Ford SUVs to some key political figures, like senators from the Southeast region, Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, and Senate President, David Mark.

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