By Manny Ita
It is a popular cliché in Nigeria that politics is a dirty game and perhaps the reason is not far-fetched. However, the great achievements of progressive nations of the world today were recorded with politics very much in pole position.
Some introspective breeze blew to mind George Orwell’s Animal Farm satire, which dutifully showed how quickly the collective resolve to fight for the common good can upon assumption of power by proponents of such struggle, diminish into the fight for self, and I couldn’t help but grimace as my stomach churned at the fact that a man many Nigerians just as I hold or held (not so sure again) in very high esteem, who stands as the ultimate voice for the Nigerian people, and supposedly a beacon of democratic norms, should come out in full public glare to negate the very principles that earned him his enviable seat, with undemocratic pronouncement in an autocratic manner, asking duly qualified chairmanship aspirants of Surulere Local Government Area to step down for his choice candidate, worsening it by saying it was all an order from the chairman of the party, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed.
I speak of no other than Speaker of the Nigerian House of Representatives Femi Gbajabiamila, who reportedly pressured aspirants vying for chairmanship and councillorship positions in Surulere Local Government Area of Lagos to step down for his protégés, indirectly saying NO to fairness, inclusiveness of youths in governance, equal opportunity et al, considering the fact that his choice candidate for Chairmanship of the historical but decaying Local Government, incumbent Vice Chairman Sulaiman Bamidele Yussuf, who has at different times within the past 18 years been counselor and supervisor under various administrations in Surulere Local Government Area, has very little to show for all his years of service.
Gbajabiamila, according to an audio recording of his meeting with chairmanship aspirants of Surulere Local Government clearly instructed the aspirants to step down for his choice candidate, saying it was an “order from above”.
Specifically, the Nigerian fourth citizen said, “Leaders at the topmost echelon of the party, when the list (of aspirants) emerged, beckoned on me. They said, ‘Mr. Speaker nine aspirants are vying for chairmanship position in your constituency, which is untoward”, adding that, “We cannot be from the same family and not able to talk to ourselves. Stones are not used in purchasing party nomination forms; I do not know the aspirants have such money as to be able to purchase nomination forms in their numbers and they would be saying there is no money.”
“Though we know we are practicing democracy, but, on the other hand, it is a shameful thing to have aspirants in such numbers. It will turn friends into foes.
“It does not augur well to see nine chairmanship aspirants file out for the primaries because such development portends unforeseen consequences. We must find how to streamline the number of aspirants.
“This is an order, and you all know where such order is coming from. You all know that I have just one leader (Asiwaju Bola Tinubu); I don’t have two. And, this is the way to go”.
The Speaker should have tried to align his utterances to the paramountcy deserving of his exalted office.
As far as public opinion goes, these utterances paint the Asiwaju in very bad colours because the All Progressives Party stands for positive change, but perhaps even more so, because a wide section of Nigerians believe the Asiwaju is loaded enough to navigate Nigeria out of the woods, with 2023 in view towards which cause progressive minds and youths form a potent force to be reckoned with.
It will be recalled that the very politically savvy Bolaji Ahmed Tinibu has unapologetically remained a stalwart of sensible democracy in the country. He fiercely stood at the forefront of the fight to terminate military rule and enthrone democracy in our country; a cause that resulted in his going on exile, but from where he continued coordinating efforts under various platforms towards returning Nigeria to democracy; efforts that ultimately paid off to the benefit of all.
The more I kept thinking about it, the more I tried not to become despondent about the sincerity of certain sensitive ranks amongst our leaders to effect ground sweeping changes, although bitterly ashamed that someone widely considered a liberating light should so unabashedly display symptoms the very skeletons we’re desperately trying to expunge from the national cupboards. Is all the talk about change then simply poppycock or a dud cheque unlikely to ever be cashed?
To further throw light on the embarrassing scenario, supporters of Yussuf under the auspices of “Awalokan” (meaning “It’s Our Turn”) according to report said they were confident Yussuf would freely dole out public funds and other patronages when enthroned as chairman, while the Speaker himself allegedly promised juicy appointments and contracts when he assumes office as governor of Lagos State in 2023.
Triggered by the Speaker’s words, as I contemplated the entire scenario, with particular emphasis on the socioeconomic prospects that Surulere holds, my mind wandered to what the name Gbajabiamila could possibly mean, intuitively sensing there just had to be something dodgy about that name. Curiosity got the better of me and I decided to do some digging, and BOOM! My hunch was darn right. Names sure have meanings. According to my finding, in Yoruba language, the name Gbajabiamila means one who, while fighting, pretends to be separating a fight.
It just fit in perfectly. I could belabor the fact proving the deduction of that name by analyzing further with respect to the subject matter, but I bet you’d rather there’s no need.
By trying to circumvent due process in the build-up to Suru-Lere Local Government election for personal gain, with carrots in hand, Gbajabiamila who has been representing Surulere Local Government Area in the House of Representatives in the last 18 years, cast aspersion on the CHANGE mantra of the APC and indeed his suitability as chief voice of the Nigerian people, under a regime with an avowed mandate to stamp out corruption. Attributing the directive to the Chairman of the party should hold a gravity that himself as a trained man in law should understand perhaps better. Championing sweeping changes and reforms, at least within the sphere of his influence would have cut the Speaker a much more appropriate and appealing picture, more so given that the clarion song for change propelled majority of Nigerians to sympathize and come out massively to vote for the very party that the Speaker represents.
Alas it probably gives one a sneak peek of his swan song when his tenure draws to a close.
I would not say the virtues of dear Gbaja have been vitiated by the privileges of his exalted office, but to try to influence due process of an election from the vantage point of his high office and then attribute his action to an order from a rare democratic titan fighting to ensure Nigeria becomes the pride of all, is to say the least uncharitable and petty.
In a bold reaction to the Speaker’s action, Idris Aregbe who is the Lagos State APC Youth Organizing Secretary and whose popularity among youths, women and children counts in no small measure to his favour, affirmed he would rather take his chance at selflessly serving the people than succumb to the juicy carrot of contracts and patronages being dangled.
Another aspirant, Bamidele Hussein, former Executive Secretary of the council rejected Gbajabiamila’s call to step down, admitting she had discussions with the Speaker, but dismissed rumor she agreed to step down for Yussuf.
As it is said, all it takes for evil to succeed is for the voice of reason to be silent. Nigerians want positive change and so do the people of Surulere. It was time for that change, in which inclusivity is paramount.
And I sincerely think the name of our own dear Asiwaju needs to be divorced from these inconsiderate utterances spewed in that unholy meeting.
Thinking Amaechi ‘ll return to PDP is a sick, wild fantasy
Erstwhile National Publicity Secretary of the defunct New People’s Democratic Party (nPDP) and chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze, has trashed claims by the Rivers State Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party, Ambassador Desmond Akawor, that former Rivers Governor, Chibuike Amaechi, will soon return to the People’s Democratic Party.
Recall that Akawor, had during a sparse gathering of members of the PDP in Ikwerre Local Government Area, announced to his audience that the Minister of Transportation and South-South Leader of the APC, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Amaechi, would make a comeback to the People’s Democratic Party any time soon.
An excerpt from the very deceptive and widely publicized opinion reads “One day, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Amaechi, your son, will come back to his family, which is PDP. He has to come back because he was a speaker. Where he went, he went for a reason. He went to remove President Jonathan. Jonathan has gone, so he should come back to his party. I am saying it again. My brother, my friend, the bosom friend of our Governor, Nyesom Wike, Rt. Hon. Rotimi Amaechi, come back home.”
In a statement made available to media houses in Port Harcourt, Chief Eze counseled Akawo and those who share in his wildest imagination to quickly seek the service of health professionals for medical examinations to ascertain their health status and subject themselves to treatment where necessary, because according to him, only young men with sophisticated health issues, defective sensory neurons and blurred reasoning will share in such a blunt view.
“While I lack the power to stop Ambassador Akwaor from dreaming of the Super Minister and Minister of the Decade, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, erstwhile Governor of Rivers State and incumbent Minister of Transportation returning to the sinking Peoples Democratic Party, I wish to counsel him to try to treat himself of malaria as nothing will cause the Minister to return to a party that did everything to destroy his political feats and personality.”
The Party Chief said Chief Akawor, who earned his Ambassadorial appointment on the footing of his roles in the satanic collaboration among the Jonathans,Wike, Obua, and others, which led to forceful exit of Amaechi from the PDP, may just be scamping alongside
others, for the return of Amaechi, in order to give credibility to the party already destroyed by Governor Wike and his inklings.
It is unfortunate and in fact pricking on the conscience for Akawor, whose inputs in the broad day robbery that tore the Rivers PDP in pieces, to say Amaechi’s motive for leaving the party was chiefly to remove President Jonathan, and having succeeded, he should return to the PDP.
For avoidance of doubt and in straightening the records, Chief Eze said Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi has nothing to do with the ouster of Dr. Goodluck Jonathan as the President of Nigeria but was forced out of the PDP by those he described as party hawks and jobbers who felt Amaechi was a threat to their undemocratic antecedents.
The famous statement “We’ll arrest Amaechi by next year – Wike” credited to Chief Nyesom Wike, then a junior Minister in the administration of Dr. Jonathan Goodluck by 2014 still suffices and speaks more on the ploy to trick the then Governor to swim in muddy waters.
Then Supervisory Minister of Education had said that Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi will be arrested after President Goodluck Jonathan’s declaration as winner of the 2015 presidential election.
“Once INEC announces the victory of President Jonathan, we will immediately shut down the Port Harcourt International Airport and all land and sea borders in Rivers State to prevent Governor Amaechi from escaping. Does he think we don’t know that he is planning to run away? But he and his cohorts will not succeed.
All they can do thereafter is to lock themselves in the government house and at the appropriate time we will go there and pick them up one after the other. Believe me, governor Amaechi will surely account for all our monies that he is frittering away now”.
The Deputy National Chairman of the PDP then Prince Uche Secondus, who also spoke at the event said that Governor Amaechi is a temporary occupant in government house and that PDP will not allow him to choose his successor in 2015 because Rivers State is for PDP. He has taken all our money to Lagos to develop APC.
With this type of threat by the over ambitious and deadly Wike, one may be forced to ask, “is Amaechi a stone or a tree that is been threatened to be cut but stood still without running. Amaechi has to find a way to survive this unwarranted onslaught, so he left.
Eze recalled with nostalgia how the hawks running the administration of Dr. Jonathan kicked Amaechi out of PDP.
Let me state that the obvious desperation of the PDP leadership to completely destroy Amaechi led to his departure, alongside five other PDP governors, to form the New PDP, with five of them later joining the mega opposition political party, the All Progressives Congress.
The Factors that forced Amaechi out of PDP are thus under listed:
When the PDP national leadership undemocratically decided to suspend Governor Amaechi from the party without any sound reason on May 27, 2013 and was to follow it up with expulsion, Amaechi the victim resorted to the courts, once again, to stop them from taking any further step on his case until he decided to join APC. The suspension of Amaechi from the party was agreed during an unscheduled and unusually early morning meeting of the National Working Committee (NWC) of the party at the residence of the then National Chairman, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur. The meeting commenced at 8:00 am and came two days ahead of the regular meeting of the NWC, which normally holds on Wednesdays. It was also three days after Amaechi beat the odds with his re-election as chairman of the Nigeria Governors’ Forum. He had been allegedly opposed by the PDP Governors’ Forum (PDP-GF) ahead of the election.
It was this suspension of Governor Amaechi from PDP, not minding all that he did to uplift the party that started the decimation of PDP and its reduction from a ruling national political party to an opposition regional political party.
It is said that during the intervening days, many interventions were made to save the crisis and resolve the matter. Important national leaders including Retired General Yakubu Gowon tried to stop the departure of Amaechi knowing it was the only way to stop the exodus. But the more such efforts were made, the harder those who did not want Amaechi in the party worked to push him out.
For the education of Ambassador Akwaor and his misguided fellows, let me call on Amaechi to explain by himself why he joined APC.
Explaining why he joined APC, Governor Amaechi said: “Unfortunately, recent events within the PDP have given me reason to reconsider our collective interest as people of the South-South and, indeed as Rivers people. At various times, as the one whom you gave your mandate, I had cause to complain about the marginalization of our state and our people, despite our huge contribution to the national coffers and our unflinching commitment and support for the ruling PDP. While the political and economic importance of Rivers State cannot be contested, we continue to hold the shorter end of the stick.
“A few instances may suffice: Our demand that the Federal Government return oil wells belonging to Rivers State to us has gone unheeded and been treated with levity under this administration. Rather, our oil wells have been ceded to Bayelsa, Abia and Akwa Ibom states. Even after we got a judgment that the oil wells were wrongly ceded to Akwa Ibom State and should be returned to us; only dry wells that were no longer producing oil were returned.
“In the specific case of the Soku oil wells, despite a decision reached that the monies should remain in an escrow account till all matters concerning it are resolved, the Federal government continues to pay neighbouring Bayelsa State the revenues meant for Rivers State in a classic case of robbing Peter to pay Paul. It is indeed noteworthy that we have made several representations formally and informally on this matter.
“A second instance is the total absence of federal presence in Rivers State. The ‘National Good Governance Tour’ provided a good opportunity for the Federal Government to showcase its presence in Rivers State. The tour, if nothing else, proved that there was not much to show in a state that is the cash cow of the federation. The East-West Road remains abandoned, work has been deliberately slow on the Port Harcourt International Airport, the third busiest airport in the country, while all airports started along with it have long been completed and commissioned. The Bonny-Bomu Road that leads to the only functional liquefied natural gas project remains uncompleted. In the midst of all these, our administration went ahead to fix federal roads to the tune of N103 billion. Several representations and letters after, not one kobo has been repaid. The Federal Government is actively discouraging investments in Rivers State.”
Amaechi at another forum stated, “They have become so desperate that they have gone to hire Joseph Mbu to serve as the political wing of the PDP in Rivers State. I pray to God to save Rivers State so that those thieves will not come to power and steal your money. We want to confront the Nigerian Police. When you hear impunity, it is because you allow it. There is no revolution without blood. From now till election, we should mobilize and confront the Nigerian police. If they say they are ready for debate, tell them I am ready. They should go to the National Assembly and summon me.”
Other instances that made the departure of Amaechi from PDP imperative are the following:
Posting and encouraging the excesses of the tyrannical Police Commissioner Joseph Mbu, during these inglorious days in the state.
Supporting every unimaginable act of impunity in the state, including the plot by five State Assembly members to impeach the speaker in a House of 31 members, with the hope of impeaching Amaechi thereafter. This led to the closure of the courts but they turned around to blame the victim, Amaechi.
Seizing and grounding the planes belonging to the state for no just cause. Shutting down the robust security architecture that was to save the region and oil facilities.
Harassing and intimidating the duly elected Governor of Rivers State for no just cause, and even supporting the splitting of the Governors Forum into two, to ensure that Governor Amaechi, who was duly elected by his colleagues, does not have an easy reign as the chairman of the forum.
Other factors are:
- Refusal to refund to the state government over N130 billion used in the dualisation of Ikwerre-Owerri Road approved by late President Yar’Adua, and other federal roads in the state executed by the state to ease the suffering of the people of Rivers State. It took the APC controlled FG and President Muhammadu Buhari to refund at least N79BN of it which fell into the laps of the same man who did everything against such payments to the state. What an irony.
- Ceding of oil wells belonging to Rivers to Bayelsa, Akwa Ibom and Abia states, to ensure that the revenue accruing to the state is reduced. To this day, this has pushed Rivers State to the third state in the Niger Delta behind Delta and Akwa Ibom, but not far ahead of Bayelsa State that was far below Rivers State.
- Abandoned construction of the Port Harcourt International Airport after completing other airports started at the same time with it. The airport thus became an eyesore and declared as one of the worst airports in the entire world. Pictures of the state of the airport attached then explained the level of hatred President Jonathan had for Rivers State and her people.
- Posting and encouraging the excesses of the tyrannical Police Commissioner Joseph Mbu, during his inglorious days in the state.
- Supporting or remaining silent over the impunity of daily killing, maiming of members of Rivers APC by the PDP and their agents’ killer squads.
- President Jonathan released all N25 billion that accrued from the principle of derivation from the five Soku oil wells that rightly belong to Rivers State and kept in reserve for Rivers State and Bayelsa State, to Bayelsa, his home state.
Eze further highlighted that the world maybe astounded to learn that not minding all that Amaechi went through in the hands of Jonathan; he ensured that a slot in the State Executive Council was given to Jonathan throughout his eight years tenure as the Governor of Rivers State.
In conclusion, Chief Eze said contrary to the defective reasoning of Ambassador Akwaor and those sponsoring him, Amaechi never joined APC in order to oust Jonathan and his administration from the centre but undemocratic elements like Chief Nyesom Wike were the architects of his ouster after forcing and imposing on Amaechi all his actions in 2014 in order to join progressive forces to rescue Nigeria from the hands of the likes of Wike.
If there is anybody to blame over the exit of Dr. Jonathan from Government, it is Wike and his fellow hawks who, for the pursuit of selfish goals, plotted and ruined the administration of Jonathan, relegating him to the background and keeping him at bay on current happenings in the polity.
Finally, Eze counsels Akwaor to stop deceiving Governor Wike and help him to start preparing his handover note for an APC led Government come 2023 as Rivers State and her people are totally tired of the confused PDP Government in the State.
Biafra, Oduduwa Republics: Nigeria can’t break up, I have nowhere to go – Tinubu
Stop making mockery of the exalted Office of the Governor, Eze to Wike
Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress and erstwhile National Publicity Secretary of the defunct New People’s Democratic Party (nPDP), Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze has again, given a sharp retort and squarely discredited claims by Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State, that Nigeria’s Transportation Minister, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Amaechi, has failed to attract a project to the state, as a cabinet member of the Buhari/APC government since the administration came onboard in 2015.
The Governor who spoke in a reception organized to formally receive a former Rivers APC Chairman, Dr. Ibiamu Davies Ikanya and others, into the People’s Democratic Party, vowed to put in his resignation should the Minister name a federal project he has attracted to Rivers State since he assumed office.
Wike also alleged that Amaechi claimed he sold a Dash 8 aircraft purchased by former Governor, Dr. Peter Odili administration, to the Government of Cross River at the cost of $6million, but failed to account for the proceeds of the transaction.
The very controversial Rivers Governor had equally claimed to have attracted many projects to Rivers State while he served as Minister of State for Education under the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan.
But reacting to the irking gasconade, Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze said the Governor’s sense of ratiocination may have been grossly impaired by his unreasonable fancy for aqua vitae and warned of a possible deterioration of his cognitive orientation and public mannerism, even as he continues to slip deeper and deeper into the bottles.
It would be recalled that Gov. Wike had made similar vow; sometime in 2020, staking his position as Governor and in reply Eze listed over 13 projects to counter his bunkum, but in his usual carriage, he still continue to parade himself as the Governor of Rivers State, yet to put in his resignation.
In a statement made available to media houses in Port Harcourt, the party chief described Wike’s comment as the delirious rant and rave of a man whose sense of fair judgment has been obscured by his very hostile and tendentious opinion laced with habitual hatred against the Minister of Transportation.
Although the comment is lacking apparent gravitational pull to qualify for a response, coming from an avowed incorrigible bigot who has not entertained any new thought in years, Eze said a response was necessary to assuage the minds of those who may have been attracted by his venomous outrage.
“For sometime now, I have stopped making any comment on how Governor Nyesom Wike administers Rivers State but the more I resolve to keep quiet the more the Governor continues to act in such a manner unbecoming of a State Governor and to keep quiet under such an environment is not in my character”. Eze said.
On the Governor’s allegation that Amaechi sold a Dash 8 aircraft purchased by former Governor, Dr. Peter Odili administration, to the Government of Cross River at the cost of $6million, but failed to account for the proceeds of the transaction, the party Chief said such comment is utterly misguided and unfortunate, coming from a man who was an Aide and a key player in Amaechi’s government.
Eze pointed out that Wike is feigning ignorance of the facts of the matter in a bid to justify his unending malicious schemes and satanic artifices against his benefactor Amaechi.
Putting the records straight, Chief Eze said it beats one’s imagination to learn that Wike appears to have forgotten that Amaechi sold the Dash 8 Aircraft purchased by Dr. Odili to complete funds to acquire the Bombardier local man which he (Wike) has been using since 2015.
He called on the Governor to leave Amaechi for once and focus a bit on governance and strive to receive sense to address the myriad of challenges facing the State, adding that trying to compare himself with Amaechi is a dream far from reality.
“Let me once again bring to the public some of the projects that Amaechi have influenced to Rivers State which I know that Wike will gloss over and continue shamelessly to parade himself as the Governor of Rivers State contrary to his threat to resign if Amaechi can name a single project he has attracted to the State.” The party chief stated.
On projects attracted to Rivers State by Amaechi Eze said:
- The fact still remains that Amaechi pushed for the construction of the 39km Bonny Bodo road and it’s two creek bridges including the bridge over Opobo channel at a whopping sum of 120 billion naira. This gigantic bridge is comparable only to the 2nd Niger bridge project.
- The Port Harcourt International Airport that was described as one of the worst Airports in the entire world which renovation was frustrated by the PDP Government when Wike was a Minister stands today as one of the best Airports under Amaechi as substantive Minister of Transportation.
- The Soku Oil well supported by Wike to be ceded to Bayelsa has been returned to Rivers State.
- The Ogoni Cleanup exercise which was described as impossible by the PDP administration where Wike served as junior Minister is currently in progress.
- With the influence of Amaechi, the East West Road abandoned by the PDP administration is currently ongoing and will soon be completed.
- Under Amaechi as the best Minister of the decade, Cargo ships now berth in Onne Port, thereby increasing economic activities in the state, shoring up the state’s revenue and creating more employment for Rivers people. This clearly shows Amaechi is not resting on his oars.
- The Port Harcourt to Maiduguri rail line which is being negotiated shows Amaechi is bringing development home.
- The Calabar through Port Harcourt to Lagos rail line will soon commence.
- Amaechi as the Minister of Transposition influenced the setting up of the Maritime University in Oron, where many Rivers sons and daughters are already employed and engaged.
- He Influenced the setting up of the Naval Intelligence and Logistics College at Ubima.
- Bonny and Warri deep sea ports have been approved.
- The Ajaojuta- Itakpe- Warri rail line covering about 320km and cutting across the entire Niger Delta was commissioned in 2020, with hundreds of Rivers State sons and daughters employed. Both the Delta, Edo Governors including the President were full of praises for the tenacity and administrative prowess of Amaechi in achieving the feat.
- Amaechi as Transportation Minister has dredged the channels and today the Port Harcourt port is alive. Meraks shipping can confirm that cargo landing at PH has increased by 50%. If Wike has eyes he should have seen that trucks queuing for containers are now stretching to the Rivers State Govt House.
- Amaechi has influenced human capital development through appointment and employment of hundreds of Rivers State sons and daughters into various Federal Establishments though Wike never believe in human capital development so this to him is not an attractive project.
- Amaechi in collaboration with the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Chief Timipre Sylva, President Buhari and others influenced the ongoing rehabilitation of the moribund Port Harcourt Refinery which Wike in conjunction with others abandoned during their inglorious regime.
16, 17.& 18 Eze added that apart from the above feats, that almost six years after Amaechi left Rivers State as governor, he is still vomiting money for the state, by facilitating the refund of N79 billion to Rivers State from federal projects executed by Amaechi and Peter Odili’s administrations, the release of $400 million for work in Ogoni under the clean up exercise, among others including the flyovers, roads and others projects that Wike may have used the largesse which Amaechi saved and resent to Rivers State.
Eze said Wike is one Governor who has failed in all indexes of performance and thus, he knows nothing about development and related terms in government.
With the listing of over 17 federal projects that Amaechi brought to Rivers as Minister one expects Wike as a matter of urgency to address the public and put in his resignation letter if he still had any integrity. With this Eze gives Wike 2 weeks to resign or face editorial series on his lies and political dishonesty that will explode in his face
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