Feather Weight Politician: Former Deputy Leader Accuses Ex-Assemblyman of Being a Political Liability | #NwokeukwuMascot


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Aba, Abia State – In a heated exchange of political accusations, Hon. Augustine Akomas, the former Deputy Leader of the Aba South Legislative Council, has labeled Prince Ikedi Ezekwesiri, an ex-lawmaker who represented Umunneochi in the Abia State House of Assembly, as a "political liability."

The confrontation erupted on Friday afternoon when Hon. Akomas responded to comments made by Ezekwesiri via a post on his Facebook page. Ezekwesiri had claimed to have worked  tireless for the People's Democratic Party (PDP) in the most recent election, a statement that Akomas vehemently disputed.

"I have read the publication from Prince Ikedi Ezekwesiri, where he boasted about working for our party in the last election. His assertions are baseless and hold no weight," Akomas wrote. "For years, he has been a political liability within our party, and we are glad that such a burden has left us."

Akomas challenged Ezekwesiri’s influence and contributions to the PDP, questioning his effectiveness and commitment.

"Who is Ezekwesiri in the PDP? How many polling units did he secure for us in the last election? His record is one of failure and opportunism, having previously defected from the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) to the PDP in a desperate move," Akomas stated. "He is nothing more than a featherweight politician."

The former deputy leader further accused Ezekwesiri of actively undermining the party's efforts. "We know those who worked against the PDP's success in the last election, and Ezekwesiri was prominently involved. He openly vowed that our party would fail," he alleged.

Concluding his remarks, Akomas dismissed Ezekwesiri's relevance in political discourse, especially within the PDP. "Ezekwesiri is indeed a political liability, irrelevant, and should not speak when those who worked tirelessly for the party are speaking."

This public spat highlights ongoing tensions within Abia state as it grapples with internal conflicts and the fallout emanating from the past elections. Both Akomas and Ezekwesiri have yet to provide further comments following the social media exchange. 


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