Pete Edochie Rebukes APC Governors Against Ekweremmadu
The renowned Nollywood actor, Pete Edochie has mocked the All Progressives Congress (APC) over their persistence attempts to remove the Deputy Senate President, Chief Ike Ekweremadu from the House of Senates.
Chief Edochie who said “all the APC Governors seeking Ekweremadu’s removal should tender their resignation letters and handover notes,” noted that there are many problems in Nigeria, which removing Ekweremadu will not solve.
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Following a report that APC Governors and other leaders have conceited to do everything within their power to impeach Ekweremmadu as deputy senate president, Edochie posted his opinion on facebook quote:
“If Ekweremadu’s removal will help stabilize the economy, then, they should do all within their power to remove him.
“If Ekweremadu’s removal will stop Nigerians from losing their jobs, then, it is a task that must be done.
“If Ekweremadu’s removal will curtail Fulani Herdsmen from killing of helpless Nigerians, then, Ekweremadu should vacate both his office and the senate immediately.
“If Ekweremadu’s removal will stabilize the prices of food and common commodities in the market, then, I am joining them in asking Ekweremadu to vacate the senate.
“If Ekweremadu’s removal will make Buhari to abandon his 97% and 5% policy, stop Buhari from seeking to turn Nigeria to a fiefdom where the only capable hands are only people from a certain part of the country, then, Ekweremadu’s immediate constituency should recall him from the senate.
“But, where the reverse is true, All the APC Governors seeking Ekweremadu’s removal should tender their resignation letters and handover notes. God bless Us and God bless Nigeria.”
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This must be one out of many opinions shared by Nollywood actors concerning politics and the famous actor (who featured as Okonkwo in ‘Things Fall Apart’), Chief Edochie’s point of view would definite bore its impact on the masses.