Giving the advice yesterday in Awka, Anambra State, a chieftain of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and a senatorial aspirant in Anambra central, Dr. Obiora Okonkwo, said: “It is the poor attitude of politicians to those who elect them into office that is breeding this culture of distrust and acrimony, which manifests at every election.”
Declaring his senatorial ambition at the state PDP secretariat in Awka during a special praise, worship and prayer session, Okonkwo a former board member of the National Metallurgical Development Centre, Jos, said that the time has come for change in the way voters are viewed as “nothing more than the people we merely go to for their votes. This is wrong and we will push for a change.”
Delivering a sermon, the Bishop of Ogbaru Diocese Anglican Communion, Rt. Rev. Sam Ezeofor, advised members of the party to respect constituted authority.
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