Forgive Abaribe, Abia Youths Beg Kalu



 

Youths in Abia state have urged former Governor Abia State and Senate Chief Whip, Dr. Orji Kalu to forgive Senate Minority Leader, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe over derogatory statements against Kalu and his family members in a book titled “Made in Aba” authored by Abaribe.

Under the auspices “Forward Youth”, President the group, Mazi Victor Ndubuisi stressed that the former deputy Abia state economical with the truth in his book, describing him as a colossal failure,  whose 14-year sojourn in the Senate as yielded no positive results in Abia South senatorial district.

He however urged Abaribe to use his resources in improving the welfare his constituents as against wasting his energy on tarnishing the image Kalu.

According to the group, the Minority leader should have launched the said publication in Aba if truly he is popular in the commercial city.

Ndubuisi faulted the former deputy for his unpatriotic and uncultured attitude, adding that Kalu has carved a niche for himself in all spheres of life be it business, politics, leadership and humanity.

While advising Abians and Nigerians in general, to disregard the purpoted and sponsored stories in the book, the group admonished the Senate Chief Whip, to sustain his maturity and leadership in Abia state.

In a breakfast meeting with stakeholders of various youth groups in Aba on Friday, Ndubuisi on Abaribe to create confusion in Abia state, adding that any attempt to malign the reputation of Kalu will be resisted.

He said, “we wish to totally and categorically in its entirety the book titled ” Made in Aba” and authored by Senate Minority Leader and former Deputy Governor of Abia State, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe.

“We are aware of the plot to discredit Kalu, a leading light in Igboland.

“The said book published for ulterior motives and as such the book is but an instrument of .

“There is and peace in the space in Abia state and this is the time to play on the intelligence of people to score cheap points.

” We have commenced our enlightenment campaign against the said book as we are convinced that it is a delibrate to heat the polity in the state.

“As stakeholders in Abia state, we implore prominent sons and daughters of Abia state, to beg Kalu to forgive Abaribe”.

Ndubuisi, who applauded Kalu for supporting the career of Abaribe, urged the Senate Chief Whip to relent in improving the common lots of the people as exemplified in his robust legislative agenda in the Senate.