POLITICS OF INCLUSIVENESS WITH NO GUILE: PRINCE OBINNA NWOSU’S DEFINING TRADEMARK.
When our Lord Jesus Christ was constituting his disciples for the work ahead, he was very meticulous about service delivery.
He needed men of vision, empathy and speed. He was aware that the work ahead was enormous and exerting and would need honest and dedicated servants who will liberate the people from shackles of oppression and sufferings.
Albeit, when he was introduced to Nathaniel and saw him approaching, he exclaimed……
Behold the Nazareth, in him, there’s no guile.
Nathaniel was full of surprise! And he interjected by asking Jesus how he knew him. And he replied by telling him that he has already seen him while he was standing near the fig tree. A mercurial testimony for Nathaniel!
This scenario has been replicated in our contemporary times with the emergence of Prince Obinna Nwosu in the deception-infested political terrain. He is a man of his words, affable, humane and not given to theatrics. Truth has never been a scarce commodity in his dealings with people. His objectivity and stoicism have nominated him for the monumental tasks ahead to be an expansive shoulders people can lean, a soothing voice to calm frayed nerves and a big iroko tree in the centre of Ohuhu enclave where different birds can perch for succour and safety.
While Prince Obinna Nwosu was in the business of unleashing hope to the hopeless, giving succour to the less privileged in the society, building mind boggling Infrastructures, lifting not a few from poverty and squalor, just like our Lord Jesus Christ, we all saw him!
As he has opted to take the onerous Initiative of giving Ikwuano Umuahia a rich, pervasive qualitative representation in ABHA next year, suffice to say that all and sundry are enjoined to throw an overwhelming support to his side.
He has severally interrogated the basis for bad governance and palpable cluelessness in our administrative affairs and was not only poised but determined to make a gigantic change in the affairs of Ikwuano Umuahia people in the green chamber.
Eric Hoffer quoted thus,”To have a grievance is to have a purpose in life”
Prince Obinna Nwosu has an unforgiving grievance against maladministration, under-representation and sufferings and will not allow it during his tenure. However, his inalienable purpose is to redress this anomaly through the fashioning of robust laws in green chamber. Ikwuano Umuahia will get it right this time around by voting Prince Obinna Nwosu, “a man in whom there is no guile”. Prince Obinna Nwosu as a people won’t have any business with fairweather politicians with their smooth talks tinged with tall, utopian promises.
We are at the threshold of enthroning a responsive legislation anchored on service and diligence.
Time to say yes is now!