That some sponsored mischief maker in a statement carried at page 5 of today’s January 31 2019 edition of New Telegraph newspaper announced and informed the general public of condemned to the death Rev. Dr. King Ezeuko Chukwuemeka being the Presidential Candidate of National Action Council smacks a huge blood clot in the brains of the story peddlers.
That Dr. Kings’ presidential ambition posters have flooded some key areas of the Federation in particular Abuja FCT and Lokoja, Kogi State etc are indications that something awry is going wrangling with the mentality of most Nigerian politicians whose primary aim in life is how to make quick money, any how and any where.
In a sort of maddening crowd mentality statement accredited to one of those unknown to the real National Action Council (NAC) and in particular my humble self claiming among others that “ We as a party have decided in the interest of equity and good conscience to recognize Rev. Dr. King Eseuko Emeka as the presidential candidate of our party. Henceforth the party recognizes and accepts Rev. Dr. King Ezeuko Emeka (Rev.Dr. King ) as our presidential candidate”.
This scenario will tell the discerning minds the ongoing rough tactics played out in the political system being managed anyhow without check and balances by Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) where anything goes.
The fact that the matter of NAC mandate stolen by some evil genius is now being challenged on Appeal of SUIT NO: FHC/ABJ/CS/1075/2017 NAC VS INEC ANR before Federal High Court sitting in Abuja must inform the general public why the tricks of those out to make quick money from any source before nemesis surely catches up with them is being played with the impossible to realize story of NAC nomination of Rev. Dr. King as its presidential candidate.
The hidden reasons behind a man on the death row being hotly peddled by some tricksters and gamesters as a presidential candidate in an election with just 16 days ahead of us time line is a political terrain welcoming task indeed for the well trained, highly tested and experienced new IGP Mohammed Adamu.
Written by Dr. Olapade Agoro, National Chairman, National Action Council (NAC)