Award of Contracts in Neglected LGAs in Enugu, desperate attempt to hoodwink the people – Ayogu Eze

The Ayogu Eze Campaign Organisation has observed with dismay, of what it described as heightened desperation of the Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi-led government  to hoodwink the people with spurious roads contract award in the neglected local governments of the state.

A statement issued and signed by the Spokesman of the campaign organisation, Okey Ozirigwe queried the sudden action by the current administration barely few months to the election.

Ozirigwe alleged that the PDP-led government in Enugu State was simply trying to pull wool over “our people’s eyes the same way the governor has been dangling phony appointments to lure weak minded individuals to back his disintegrating government” adding that no ‘amount of intrigue, cunning, chicanery or sleight of hand will sway our people in their resolve to vote him out’.

“The time for this late hour gimmick on the electorate is long gone. What tied his hands in four years that he slept his time away all through the period only to rouse from self imposed slumber to inaugurate projects that won’t ever be completed? We advice him to stop frittering away our scarce resources on trying to deceive a people whose mind is made up to show him the way out of the Lion Building by starting projects he knows will never be implemented”.

“Our people want water in their taps which we shall provide within our first year in office; they want employment and new and cleaner cities. Our pensioners are dying of hunger as their entitlements pile over the years unattended to. We urge this government to stop this grandstanding and pay them gratuities and pensions. They labored for our people and deserve their pay in dignity on retirement. We thank them for their rising support for us and their resolve to end a government whose only visible achievements in four years are billboards glorifying an imaginary humility”.

Spokesman

Ayogu Eze Campaign Organisation

 

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