Enugu State Governorship Candidate Sues for Political Tolerance

Mr. John Nwobodo, the Accord Party’s governorship candidate in Enugu State, has called for political tolerance in the state ahead of the 2023 general elections.

On Tuesday in Enugu, Nwobodo told our correspondent that the destruction of banners and posters of opposition political parties in the state left a lot to be desired.

“In Enugu State, political intolerance is brewing.” I’ve heard that some gun-toting men tore down the Accord Party’s flex banner signboard in Nara Ward II, Enugu East Local Government Area.

“These gunmen are working for specific political goals.”

“They may be dressed as strangers, but they are not strangers; they are our brothers.” It’s a serious display of cowardice.

“These actions are heinous. “As politicians, we must avoid violence at all costs and instill political tolerance,” he stated.

Nwobodo urged politicians to follow the rules, noting that the era of thuggery in the pursuit of state elective positions was over.

“How do you explain the fact that some people went to Enugu East at night and began shooting and destroying opposition banners and billboards?”

“That’s a clumsy political strategy.” This is democracy, and people should be able to make their own decisions,” Nwobodo emphasized.

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