APC BoT Member Warned Against Hate Speeches

APC  BoT Member Warned Against Hate Speeches

By Ify Ashi, Umuahia

Following the growing tension in Nigeria, the former deputy governor of Abia state, Dr Chris Akomas has warned Nigerians to desist from making hate speeches capable of hitting up the polity and as well creating room for crisis that may possibly lead to disintegration of the country.

Akomas who is also a member, Board of Trustee of All Progressive Congress (APC) put the blame of hate speeches to both leaders and followers, according to him, if Nigeria must move forward we should avoid inflammatory statement capable of destroying the country and to  love one another in respective of tribe and religion.

He Akomas made this known while receiving an award of distinguished manager from Nigeria Institute of Management (NIM), during the Abia  Zonal Management Summit at Harriet hotel, Umuahia

The former deputy governor, shortly after receiving the award thanked the institute for honouring him assured that he would be a good ambassador and would continue to make the institute proud

He disassociate himself from those who believed that there are some States in the country that are not viable

“People say there are some States that are not viable, I say is a lie, provided that there are human beings living in that state, let us look at the nothing in that state and turn it to something, we have intelligent people in Nigeria that can make things happened”.

Dr Akomas challenged the youths, urging them to take their rightful place because the place of the youths in any society cannot be over estimated.

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Answering questions from press men shortly after the award, Akomas maintained that APC in Abia was doing well adding that they were re-strategizing and repositioning the party towards 2019 general elections..

He assured that with the speed APC is going in the state and the rate quality people are joining the party, APC is sure to capture Abia government house in 2019.

 

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