Breaking News Obiano Wants to Kill Me, Emeakayi Cries Out

The Anambra State Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Ken Emeakayi, has raised the alarm over threat to his life.
He alleged that the threat to his life was as a result of his opposition to the All Progressive Grand Alliance in Anambra State.

Emeakayi was kidnapped in 2013, shortly after the governorship election in the state.
Reacting in a telephone interview, however, the Senior Special Assistant to the governor on Media, Mr. James Eze, said “I think Emeakayi is rabblerousing to attract attention.”
Eze said Anambra had no history of killing anybody for criticising government, adding that the governor was too civil to think along that line.
The opposition party and the administration of Obiano had been at daggers drawn over how state funds were being spent with the PDP accusing Obiano’s APGA-led government of mismanagement of the state’s resources, especially local government funds.
Emeakayi said, “While we have chosen to remain focused and to engage only on issue-driven and constructive opposition, we wish to assure Your Excellency that no amount of threat, harassment, intimidation, personality attacks and name calling by overzealous and ignorant APGA officials and state government agents can distract and deter us from the exercise of our fundamental rights as guaranteed by the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Freedom of Information Act, respectively.”



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