THE EDUCATOR - April 6 2019

Imo Business mogul Urges Politicians not to Play God While in Power

Ify Robert


A business mogul and an indigene of Mbaise, chief Chima Onuoha has call those in leadership position to stop playing God while in power. He said governor Okorocha played God but that it was obvious God was against him and also the people fell out with him.

Onuoha stated this while interacting with our reporter, he thanked the people of Imo state for voting Hon. Emeka Ihedioha reiterated that is the first time an Mbaise man is becoming the governor of Imo state.

He advised leaders and politicians in power to respect the will of the people not to play god, "we should learn to be humble while in power, nothing is permanent, we should learn from Imo case, under Ihedioha Imo would witness a change that would impact directly on the masses".

He used the occasion to advice the governor urging him to look into the needs of the people among which is education, he said education is a critical aspect that must be given priority appealed to him to look into primary and secondary schools across the state with the aim to rehabilitate those that need repairs.

Onuoha decried the high level of poverty and unemployment and urged the new government to address the area with the aim of reducing poverty and unemployment.
The business man also lamented on bad roads across the state while he appealed to the new governor to give road a priority.

He regretted the pains the people of Imo had been through adding that Ihedioha victory is divine and from God while he appealed to aggrieved politicians not to go to court but to join hands with Ihedioha to move the state forward.