IMO 2019: Tony Nwulu and his Mezie Imo Movement

Imolites will totally agree with me when I say our great state, Imo needs to be fixed. Just as a human being grows and dies, so does a State. Imo State was born the day the State was created; and we need to entrust it into the hands of experienced and  committed administrators to nurture it well and guarantee its growth and development, or risk it  dying prematurely. 29th of May,2019 remain symbolic in the life of Imo State as its the date the new governor will be sworn-in into power. It is the day we set out on the journey towards the re-birth of Imo State;  from what has happened to her in nearly eight years, the state requires a re-birth with a view to being set on firm and right paths to growth and development. Hence this flag off day is one of undeniably nostalgia and hope for our youthful candidate, Hon. Tony Nwulu. It is also a day the Mezie Imo Agenda will fully kick-off.  

For far too long, we have done things the old ways; we have not always succeeded and we have paid the price for it in different ways. We are at the cusp where we must seize the moment and win our State back and place her on the national grid. Doing so will give us the voice, the reason and the impetus to serve our people well. Today, we seek to return Imo to the stage of prosperity; and return power to the people. Imo State is severely broken and in utter disrepair. We must fix it!

Imo State needs a leader with youthful vibrancy, Hon. Tony Nwulu who represents the face of new leadership as a bridge between the youth and the old and currently in Federal House of Representative is what Imo State needs right now, The leadership qualities of the Youthful Harvard Scholar is worthy of emulation. 

Imo State needs transformational leader right now and Hon. Tony Nwulu has proven to be one , his giants and transformational strides in Oshodi/Isolo will serve as a frame of reference. 

Imolites are suffering. Despite the grand-standing and propaganda, our people have been denied the true dividends of democracy. The Current Government has failed us in more ways than one; but Imo and its people deserve better. We must, therefore, change the leadership and political narrative in our collective interest. 
Governance is all about the delivery of basic services, but Imo as it is today, is doing the exact opposite; accentuated by poor governance, fiscal recklessness, lack of transparency, unprecedented loads of debts and too much   chimpanzee politics and less leadership.

The focus of all true lovers of the State should be to sweep the present recklessness aside and enthrone a leader like Hon. Tony Nwulu who understands the dynamics of leadership and management. As a state we have not recently done well economically; not because the natural resources do not exist, nor because the talents are not there, but because narrow political considerations have progressively and consistently frustrated rational economic thinking and promulgation of right policies in governance.  Such a defeatist mind-set is dangerous and must be changed.

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