A youth group under the aegis of Ikenga Nsukka-Asadu has reacted to the verbal attack on Senator Chuka Utazi representing Enugu North Senatorial zone by the caretaker committee chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Enugu state, Ben Nwonye, while describing the state chairman as “power drunk.”
The youth group which was reacting to Ben Nwonye’s attack on the Senator, while appearing on dream fm morning radio program, “political voices”, wondered why the state chairman of the APC has kept silent on the recent killings of South Easterners in Ebonyi state and Enugu but chose to be interested in 2023 power rotation in the state.
A statement credited to the coordinator of the group, Comr. Steve Ugwu explained that the group had wanted to ignore the state chairman’s attack on the red cap senator but decided otherwise as Ben Nwonye has never spoken to Sen. Ike Ekweremadu representing Enugu West or Sen. Chimaroke Nnamani of Enugu East in the unguarded manner he addressed the Senator representing Nsukka zone.
Comr. Ugwu who further cautioned Ben Nwonye to stop meddling into the Affairs of the PDP and face the dwindling fortunes of his political party (APC) in the state, also called on the stakeholders of APC in the state to call their “power drunk chairman to order.”
“The only thing we saw in Ben Nwonye’s Naked dance on radio is power drunkenness.
“He ignores the killing in Ebonyi State; ignored other similar acts of criminality in the Southeast, only to dabble into another Political party’s affairs.
“But we are not begging him to stop his shameful and disgraceful dance… If his party stakeholders will not caution him, we will help them to do so”, Cromr. Ugwu concluded.
The group further called on the PDP party men and women across Enugu state to pay special attention to the issue of Equity, equality and balance in power rotation as being canvassed by Senator Chuka Utazi.
Meanwhile Ben nwoye, the APC state Chairman had while appearing on dream FM program, stated that he was disappointed in Senator Utazi’s public comment on 2023 power rotation in the state.