Says its time to salvage Nigeria
Maduako Igbokwe l Monday, September 5, 2022
AWKA, Anambra, Nigeria – House of Representatives candidate of Labour Party (LP), for Awka North and South Federal Constituency Anambra State Prof. Oby Or ogbu has blamed the intelligentsia for allowing people without requisite capacity to occupy political for too long.
Prof. Oby Orogbu who is the immediate past Dean, Faculty of Management Sciences, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka made the statement in Awka Anambra State on a sideline during none governmental organisation NGO Ultimate Business Women and Farmers Association of Nigeria (UBWFAN) walk for life programme in Awka.
“We have left politics for too long for people who are not capable to manage human and material resources for the meaningful development of the country .We have left the people without the requisite competence to drive the nations development. We cannot continue in this way. It is time to make sacrifices to the nation ,that is what is driving me into politics. I am into politics to make sacrifice to the nation from the intellectual point” she said.
According to her, they have been teaching in the classrooms on how to do it and what to do but now it is to get actively involved. Orogbu said that it is time for the intelligentsia to engage in active politics and stop being on fence.
According to her, it is time the best brains are engage into politics to put things right for the good of the people.
“The hardship in the country is bitting. The youths are jobless and things are hard hit everywhere and we are only teaching in the classrooms what to do and how to do it, it is time we get involved. it is time to salvage the country ‘ she said. Professor Oby Orogbu promised to bring rapid development to her area through effective legislative intervention.
” I’m not in politics for my stomach. I am in this race to deliver and make an unforgettable difference in governance,” she said. Orogbu said that She is qualified and fit intellectually, morally and health wise, not just to run campaigns, but to ensure effective supervision of projects if elected.