FIRST 30 DAYS: AMB. OCHI FLAWS BUHARI, ORTOM, OTHERS, SAYS PDP’S COMEBACK IN SIGHT

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By James Ibechi
Though some say that between May 29 and today is relatively too short a time for any constructive and appreciable criticism of the administration of President Mohammad Buhari and state governors who took off along side the APC-led FG to be accepted, and that it is too early in the day to begin to hurl brickbats on them based on what one feels about the new leadership in the country, Amb. Ochi Ode Emmanuel, however, thinks differently.

The Chairman of the Middle Belt Traditional Council (MBTC) South West Nigeria, who just arrived Nigeria fresh from the United States, where he had recently gone on business exploration, waxed so livid when he bared his mind to journalists on the performance of the present crop of leaders in the nation.

The integrity ambassador completely thumbs down on the performance status of President Buhari, Governor Samuel Ortom and his counterparts in the middle belt states, saying they have not done anything on ground in the last 30 days, for anybody to assess, adding that “maybe they are still studying the handover notes”.

He berated the new leadership as not only lacking direction but have failed to demonstrate in the morning how the evening of the administration will be.

Ochi who is also a Benue High Chief (Ojikpururu 1) explained his position and other salient issues all in one heart-to-heart interface with the press.

Read it here shortly.

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