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Ministerial Nominee: I have addressed injustice in Abia, says Ogbulafor

By Henry UMORU
NATIONAL Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Prince Vincent Ogbulafor disclosed Thursday that for being instrumental to the submission of Chukwuemeka Ngozi Chineke Wogu as a ministerial nominee to represent his home state, Abia, he has broken the jinx of injustice.

Speaking exclusively with Saturday Vanguard in Abuja, Ogbulafor noted that the nominee who has been screened and confirmed by the Senate hails from Abia South that has not been privileged to produce a minister for a very long time as against the Abia North and Central that have been churning in ministers year in, year out.

The PDP National Chairman who reiterated his support for Acting President Goodluck Jonathan, said,  “well, we are happy with the acting president, the way he has been working, coordinating issues that have to do with the nation, the party is happy with the National Assembly and also the governors.

Speaking further, Ogbulafor who noted that  the nomination of Wogu has brought about equity and that the people of Abia State are happy over the development said, “well, it is equity, it is good to distribute this thing so that you carry every body along. Iam happy that the people are happy with Emeka Wogu who has been nominated for ministerial appointment and I am also happy that the acting President has accepted the list for him to serve the government of  Nigeria  as a minister and the party is indeed  happy with the acting president because he consulted with the party”.

Also speaking on Captain Emmanuel Iheanacho whom he described as his person and also contributed to his coming on board, said, “he is very sound and intelligent, I just hope he will go to a ministry where he will bring out his best and in consonance with his line of profession, I believe he will do well and no one will regret having him there and I will not regret being part of his coming”.


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