I will not allow ‘Obidients’ take over Enugu – Chimaroke Nnamani


The Senator representing Enugu East Senatorial District, Chimaroke Nnamani has called on his supporters to stop their support for Peter Obi.

Nnamani, a former governor of the state urged his followers and the members of his Ebeano political family to dump the “Obidient Movement”.

His call came 24 hours after the Labour Party gubernatorial candidate in the state, Chijioke Edoga vowed to dismantle the Peoples Democratic Party.

In a post on his social media handles, he said his constituents would not afford to loose the governorship and State Assembly because of Peter Obi.

He added that the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has laid foundation in the State that cannot be ceded to another party.

Referring to the movement for Peter Obi’s presidency as bandwagon, the lawmaker said such would not be allowed to take place in Enugu.

Nnamani is the founder of the Ebeano political dynasty in Enugu State.

He said“We cannot lay foundation for another political party and expect two umbrella on it 2 weeks later. NOT in Enugu! Not in ebeano “country” Let’s cut the …,,, and muuuvvvveee.

“Obidient ebeano! Take a break we see you guys after Governorship and State Assemblies. This is a message to all ebeano. We go! No bandwagon in Enugu! IT is game ON!#ebeanoFAM.

“Politics is SERIOUS business. Not romantic Liason. We meet in February. May the majority win Enugu. We can not afford Bandwagon and loose Governorship and State Assemblies.

“Obidients Bye Bye for now. You win we congratulate you, after all we are kinsman.We win we meet again and roll”.