Civil servants including teachers and artisans in #Anambra state are called upon to stand firm and disregard the directive issued by the State Governor Willie Obiano asking them to vote for APGA ( All Progressives Grand Alliance, Apga Party ) during the State House of Assembly elections scheduled for Saturday 9th March 2019. During the meeting facilitated by the Governor, reports has it that the Governor issued a stern warning to civil servants to vote #APGA in the House of Assembly elections otherwise risk stoppage to their salaries. He further stated that he (Willie) would be impeached if People's Democratic Party (PDP) wins the majority of the state House of Assembly seats. Reliable sources confirmed that the Governor threatened that if he is impeached, he will use the state’s funds for his judicial defence/struggles that will arise and hence they would be unable to receive their salaries.
To well meaning Anambrarians, this statement credited to the Governor is absolutely full of foolishness, emptiness, wickedness and unwarranted intimidation. All workers and civil servants in Anambra state are totally encouraged to disregard this call by Governor Willie Obiano. If civil servants in any way adhere to such a directive and vote APGA in the forthcoming state assembly elections, that would spell the end for them and for the state.
Willie Obiano has destroyed APGA and authoritative information confirms that he is planning to decamp to All Progressives Congress Party (APC) any moment soon. Civil servants in Anambra state should know that Willie Obiano is a very wicked leader and they should have nothing to do with him and his evil directive. As a matter of fact, all Anambrarians are hereby called upon to troop out en masse on Saturday 9th March 2019 and vote for PDP in all the seats in the State House of Assembly election.
Anambra State must be great again!
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