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The Imo State Council of Elders has called on Imo State politicians to adopt the Imo Charter of Equity that proposes equitable and smooth rotation of power and key political offices among the three senatorial zones in the state.
The council led by the Chairman, Dr. Cletus Iluomuanya, made this known during a visit to Governor Hope Uzodinma at the Government House in Owerri to submit the communique of their last meeting, which contained the charter.
Iluomuanya explained that the meeting also availed themselves of the opportunity to present Dr. Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu to the governor as the consensus candidate for the next President General of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo to replace the late Ambassador George Obiozor.
For the governor, the Imo Charter of Equity will redefine the political landscape of the state and will serve the ultimate good of all its people.
On the leadership of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, he said his administration would give all the support needed to actualise the position of the elder’s council on Iwuanyanwu as its President General.
The Eastern Updates gathered that the meeting came to an end with the Imo elders council endorsing Uzodinma for a second term to continue with his developmental agenda for the state.
The Eastern Updates reports that the Guber elections in Imo State are billed to hold on the 11th of November this year.