Gov. Willie Obiano reveals why he supported APC, mocks Igbo leaders


Gov. Willie Obiano

Governor Willie Obiano, Anambra State Governor has revealed that he supported President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress, APC, because he knew before hand that the president will win his reelection bid last weekend.

Governor Willie Obiano

Governor Obiano, who disclosed this on Saturday in a statement issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. James Eze, said he knew that it was impossible to beat President Muhammadu Buhari in the last presidential and National Assembly elections.

The governor said he made it clear to his close friends and allies that the opposition did not stand a chance against the president.

He argued that in a federation that has developed a thick skin for fairness, equity and justice, it is wiser to be subtle than confrontational.

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He warned that Ndigbo must not stumble twice over the same stone. But nobody understood him then, for though most of them have been in politics long before him, but foresight is a gift that is not available to everyone.

“And now that the chickens have come home to roost, it has become clear to Governor Obiano that foresight comes at a price.

“Foresight is a lonely path to tread. It breeds unexpected resentment and hate. Having foresight could turn you into a sudden object of anger and unwise attacks.

“But on the long run, it never leaves you without the enduring sheen of grace and glory. And that happens only when the people finally wake up to smell the coffee.

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“Sadly, in the case of many farsighted leaders, this happens after they are out of office or after they are gone!”

Recall that Obiano had denied claims by candidates of some political parties in the state that he had endorsed them for the forthcoming general elections, saying that he had endorsed only candidates of All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA.

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