Former Minister Of Aviation Osita Chidoka Begs Igwe Obosi


…politics not enough to divide our community

The former minister of aviation Chief Osita Benjamin Chidoka has apologized to the traditional ruler of Obosi, Igwe Chidubem Iweka on the crisis that erupted during the last general election in Obosi, Idemili south local government of Anambra State.Chief Osita Chidoka emphatically stressed that politics was not enough to divide Obosi community, adding that one can only being in politics for four or eight years and life will continue.He stated this while briefing Journalists during the celebration of his ten (10) years traditional title “Ike Obosi”, saying that the community can only thrive on the atmosphere of peace.The former minister said “it is time for us to make an amendment and to learn from our mistakes”, he stated.However, “I take responsibility of what happened during the election as no other indigenous person or group of individuals that conspired with me” Chidoka stated.Chief Chidoka said that after listening to the sermon by Ven Ikechukwu Ihetukihe and he told the priest that he was going to tender an apology to the traditional ruler which he has done.And also he affirmed that the people who wrong him as a result of political activities and in other ways have equally been forgiven, according to him, no price is too much in other to achieve peace in the society.The former minister also noted that on the issue of meeting the traditional ruler absent that he will repeat the visit because the Igwe was not informed due to way the sermon went as to ensure that the matter is resolved because peace remains Paramount importance to Obosi community, Ostia Chidoka stated.

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