By JOHN Meziem
Politicians and others challenging the victory of Governor Emeka Ihedioha in the election tribunals have been advised to have a rethink and withdraw their petitions.
The member representing Nwangele State Constituency in the Imo State House of Assembly, Hon. Amara Chyna Iwuanyanwu gave the plea while addressing media practitioners at the Assembly complex on Tuesday.
According to him, whoever is challenging the mandate, which he described as God’s given one, is challenging the will of God.
The lawmaker, therefore, called on all senior citizens and well meaning persons in the state to herken to the will of God and give Governor Ihedioha a chance to unfold the good plans he has for the state.
He appealed to all not to allow interruptions that could cause distractions to the actions of the governor who according to him, is trying his best to fix the broken pieces of the civil service, the judiciary, ENTRACO and various areas of governance.
Iwuanyanwu further described Ihedioha’s Supreme Court verdict on Tuesday as a divine one from God.
The legislator thanked the Supreme Court and judiciary for the landmark judgement and hoped that the tribunal will toe same line so that the joy in Imo State will be complete.
He noted that despite the barrage of court cases facing Ihedioha, the governor is still focused in his actions in governance, maintaining that only God will see him through.
Said he: “We at the legislature are doing our best to give him the requisite backing that will make him succeed in his endeavour to rebuild Imo State.”
Iwuanyanwu called on all Imolites to give the governor a chance to give Imo State the good governance he has begone and prayed for the state not to go back to Egypt.