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Nobody can stop me – Madumere

Prince Eze Madumere,  ‘the impeached’ Deputy Governor of Imo State, has opened up on his political travails, insisting that no amount of persecution and blackmail can stop him from contesting the governorship of Imo State.
Prince Madumere made the assertion while addressing a cross section of Imo people at an occasion in Owerri, Imo State.
He used the forum to commend the people of the state for coming out en-masse in his defense despite the  barrage of intimidation and molestation coming from agents of government.
He also used the forum to commend Nigerians for speaking out, submitting that he is proud to be a Nigerian following the patriotic efforts of Imolites and Nigerians at large to call evil by its name.
Prince Madumere recalled the efforts of those who lent their voice in condemning the ill-fated onslaught against him. His words: “I am proud to be an Imolite. For the first time, we tore down wall of our political leanings to call evil by its name. I commend the patriotic spirit of Mbaise lawmakers, Hon. Mike Iheanetu, Hon. Bruno Ukoha and Ichie Ken Agbim who refused to be bought over. I commend the lawmakers from my Mbaitoli-Ikeduru Federal Constituency, Hon. Ifeanyi Nnataronye and Hon. Uche  Oguike for choosing to bear the pain of being suspended for showing solidarity to me, knowing I had done nothing wrong. I must say that I most proud of our brother lawmakers from Oru East and Oru West local government areas, Hon. Nkenna Nzeruo and Donatus Onuigwe who are also suffering today because of me.
Prince Madumere went further to appreciate other notable Nigerians who also spoke against the unfortunate move by the Imo State House of Assemblyto oust him. I hail Chief Ikedi Ohakim, former Governor of Imo State, Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha, former Deputy Speaker, House of Representatives, National Assembly, Chief Femi Falana (SAN), Senator Victor Umeh among many others.
The number two citizen of the State reiterated his resolve to continue to stand for justice, equity and fair play, insisting that keeping quiet in times of injustice for temporary comfort is like piling up the devastation of unqauntigiable measure of evil. He urged the good people of conscience never to stop fighting for a just course since Imo State does not belong to one man and family.
“Rise up and fight for your right. Do not allow anyone to usurp your freedom of expression, association and freedom to aspire to be whatever you wish to be. We must fight for equity, fair play and justice. It is only when we have these ingredients in our society that we can make the needed progress”; he enthused.

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