Senator Chimaroke Nnamani, a former governor of Enugu, has accused the immediate past chief executive of the state, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, of non-performance.
In a social media post, Nnamani, the immediate past Senator representing Enugu East district in the Senate, denigrated the former governor.
He said the exit of Ugwunayi from Government House, Enugu, was a ray of hope for him at a time he experienced political turbulence in the state.
Nnamani lost his reelection bid to the Labour Party’s candidate for the district, Kelvin Ugwu, during the 2023 polls.
Since then, the former Peoples Democratic Party chieftain, who has since been expelled, has been pouring expletives on Ugwuanyi.
This 2023. A political year like none other. The only ray of hope being the exit of Ifeanyi Nwa Ugwuanyi. A wobbling fatso, that I introduced to politics via the House of Representatives in 2003.
That year 2003, I sent him to the House of Representatives via Express delivery, all expenses paid. Bought his form, sponsored all his campaign and paid all his legal fees and guaranteed his second term. All done unsolicited!
Twenty years later, 2023 election, he personally selected all my agents, and arranged my suspension and expulsion from PDP.
He accused the ex-governor of personally making calls supervising sabotage of his re-election bid.
He stated that the governor delivered no road, water, or healthcare as the Enugu state chief executive for eight years.
Senator Nnamani also said Ugwuanyi did not grant a single conference as the governor of the southeast state.
“He danced while Igbo land burnt. He lacked the ‘liver’ to condemn ‘sit at home’ lockdown nor condemn the killings. His governmental incompetence festered the angst and social burn!
“He cowered at Peter Obi message of hate, bile and incitement. Gburus failed woefully,” he added.