On Saturday, all the Markets within Onitsha Commercial Cluster were forced to close down because their leadership is going to endorse Governor Obiano for second tenure on their behalf .
Does Gov Obiano led Govt understand the economic implications of closing the markets that are the IGR backbone of the state ?
Does Gov Obiano understand what Anambra Economy lost yesterday because he closed down the market ?
Does Gov Obiano understand that traders are already in their season and closing down the market amount sabotaging them from recovering from poor sales recorded throughout the beginning of the year ?
Does Gov Obiano govt understand that many Customers that came from various states to Onitsha were stranded and Some of them instead of going back to their states empty handed , moved to Delta State (Asaba) to patronize their markets ?
Does Closing markets add anything for Gov Obiano in this election ? No .
When we have a Government that lacks understanding of drives economy , the state suffers .
What did Gov Obiano led Govt achieved in the entire Onitsha Commercial Cluster in terms of Infrastructural Support ? Nothing!
But he will close the market anytime he want without considering the businesses and families of these business owners ,because his is free money from Anambra Govt .
When the public started kicking against closing of the markets , the Obiano Media issued a quick damage control mechanism by saying that it was not the Gov that ordered for closing of markets
In Anambra State , Onitsha Markets cannot be closed without Govt directives !
Did Gov Obiano ordered for Reopening of the Markets since he claimed that he was not the one that ordered for its shutdown ? NO !
So far , he has bought 282 Endorsement according an Anambra State based Journalist who called me yesterday .
But no amount of Endorsement that will return a failed Govt !
In Anambra State , we practice FAIL and FAIL OUT !
Go out there and Vote Gov Obiano OUT !
It is high RISK to give our state to Gov Obiano for another 4years ! Mbanu !
Ikechukwu Emeka Onyia