Enugu2023: I have no rift with Gov. Ugwuanyi, only God knows my political destination – Ekweremadu

Representative Ike Ekweremadu, speaking to Enugu West Constituency at the Upper Chamber of the National Assembly, on Friday, kept fixed lips over his political future in front of the 2023 decisions.  

Ekweremadu, a previous Deputy Senate President, was gotten some information about his political future during 'Political Voices' a program of Dream FM Enugu, however he furnished no immediate response.  

The Senator, who likewise kept up that his relationship with Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State stayed warm, stated, "The Enugu State Governor, His Excellency, Dr. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi isn't only a companion, he is my sibling. He is my partner and furthermore my accomplice. I have known him for a long time.

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On his aspiration, Ekweremadu, who had precluded an arrival to the National Assembly past 2023, had this to state: "No one but God can address that question, not me. What's more, I trust it is too soon for me or anyone to start to create turmoil, to divert the senator or the president by discussing what the individual tries to be in 2023.  

“I think everybody should concentrate to ensure that there is good governance, to ensure that campaign promises are delivered; ensure that issues of security are addressed and provide jobs for the people. I think that should be a worry to everybody and not who succeeds who.

When nudged further by one of the program moderators accordingly: 'Are you disclosing to us that you are as yet going to be at the cutting edge of governmental issues past the National Assembly by 2023?', the Senator despite everything reacted "It is just God that can answer that."

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