NASPA ELECTION CANCELLED As “No More C! No More C”. Rent the Air

www.odogwublog.com reports that the entire area of Anaedo Hall venue of the aborted NASPA election was thrown into pandemonium following the announcement by the president of Anambra State.  Amalgamated market association (ASAMATA) that the election will no longer hold and that the NASPA secretariat is hereby closed.
As soon as the announcement was made the Trader went on rampage chanting “No more C. No more C.” (Meaning no more C. Dave, No more C. Dave!)
Speaking to this Correspondence, a Trader who craved for anonymity stated that the cancellation of the election was a great injustice. He opined that the election should have been allowed to hold because the man that was said to have been injured by the Vigilante man eventually recovered and did not die as widely speculated.
He posited that if the election had held, Hon Peter Umeonwuka would have definitely carried the day. He submitted that there was a ground swell of support for Hon. O. Umeonwuka and that if the election is conducted 10times Umeonwuka will win 10 times.
Another stake holders who also pleaded for anonymity called on the appropriate authorities to drop the ideal of setting up a Care-Taker Committee, since there is no dispute whatsoever. He called on the appropriate authorities to quickly put machinery in motion that will see to it within the next 7 days the election is held. He described the cancellation of the election as a deliberate plot by some disgruntled element within the past administration to frustrate things so that they can remain in office longer than necessary, since it is obvious that the present chairman has completely lost out.
He called on the stake holders to quickly convene a meeting to resolve the impasse and avoid the temptation of setting up a Care-Taker Committee which will no doubt spell doom. “A stitch in time saves nine” he advised.   
NASPA ELECTION CANCELLED As “No More C! No More C”. Rent the Air NASPA ELECTION CANCELLED As “No More C! No More C”. Rent the Air Reviewed by Odogwu Emeka Odogwu on Thursday, August 17, 2017 Rating: 5

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