The Sun Political Icon of the Year



Frank Azuagu, Director Media of Ada Anaocha Organisation.

Award winning Queen, Nwada Ekpereamaka Ibeh has congratulated Anaocha born political heavyweight and brain export to the world, Mr Peter Obi, former Governor of Anambra State on his recognition as Sun Political Icon of the Year, describing it as fantastically inspiring and the truth well told. The newly crowned Queen has just told Ndi Anaocha in her congratulatory message to Okwute Ndigbo shared in other print and digital media platforms.

The Ten Star Queen maintained that Mr Peter Obi remains an undisputed political Ijele Ndigbo, adding that the Sun award has lend credence to popular believe about Mr Peter Obi towering political career and support base as well as contact across the Niger.

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She urged the elderly and youth to emulate Mr Peter Obi life of simplicity and responsibility, adding that his style of politics supports integrity, meritocracy, moderation, conservation, production, planning and other qualities that makes him an authentic role model and highest puller of organic supporters that trascends political party affiliations in Nigeria.

Making further important disclosure on the significance of the award, the Queen noted that many years after leaving office as Governor of Anambra State, Mr Peter Obi has distinguished himself as a refined politician and has contributed immensely to the advancement of Nigeria democracy through his landmark court victories, innovative contribution to national discussion and mastery of political projection.

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The Queen thanked the management of Sun Newspaper for the honour bestowed on Mr Peter Obi, assuring them that the author of From Consumption to Production mantra will certainly be their greatest brand ambassador as he has always been to the masses.

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