BY MACDONALD ENWERE
According to Edward Debono “the future is the storehouse of hopes and aspirations”. Even the global community is in a race towards the future. On March 2nd this year, Imolites will join this race and decide with their votes whether to continue in the theatre of broken promises or fast-forward to the future, where dreams and expectations meet with realities and fulfilment. The future of the state seems to be trapped in the debris of gross maladministration, which is encouraged by the worst kind of psychopathic propaganda. We all appear to be driven by the obsolete engine of moribund ideologies.
The hope of IMO state lies in the hand of a God fearing leader like EMEKA IHEDIOHA. According to an American-Jewish writer and Nobel Laureate , Elie Wiesel, who survived the holocaust “just as a man cannot live without dreams, he cannot live without hope. If dreams reflect the past, hope summons the future” Imolites cannot live without dreams or hope and the hope we seek in this year’s election will summon our future.
Figuratively speaking, one of the major challenges of good governance in Nigeria with referential pointage to IMO state is the issue of good governance. IMO state has remained in a suspended animation, in search of a leader with ennobled power of collective vision, wisdom and capacity to provide the required model for Democratic governance. Indeed, the future of our state is at stake. We need a leader with eye at the tip of the future.
With EMEKA IHEDIOHA, the future of the state will give birth to better visions, ideas and excellent deliveries. With EMEKA IHEDIOHA, the future of the state will engender the pursuit of what ought to be , the alliance of better and fresher ideas against the current norms of accelerating backwards without shame.With EMEKA IHEDIOHA, the future will discover our best potentials and offer salvation to our trapped lives.
In this era of globalization and rapid flow of ideas, what IMO state needs is a leader with exponentially profound ideas of unparalleled distinction, a man with a redefining and remodeling strategy for leadership excellence and good governance like EMEKA IHEDIOHA. IMO state cannot continue to dangle and wallow in the threshold of hopelessness, we must chose now to define our future by bringing in the leadership saddle a man with a navigating artistry for good governance and exemplary leadership.
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