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Wednesday, 11 April 2012


Kalu, Anyaoku & World Bank
 By Odimegwu Onwumere

Emeka Anyaoku
The cheery ex-Governor of Abia State, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu has placed his stand on the development for the job of the president of World Bank.This was made public in most of the national newspapers of 2nd April, 2012.

While speaking through his spokesman, Emeka Obasi, Kalu said that for the avoidance of doubt, Chief Emeka Anyaoku should be detailed to Europe to use his years of mammoth knowledge in diplomacy and therefore grab hold of this prospect for Mrs. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.

Kalu feels the pain so much, which was why he’s calling for international diplomacy, because of the shocking politics of the apex bank. Left for him, it is Okonjo-Iweala or nothing. He’s seriously thinking about the going politics, teaching with support and ideals, visions and dreams.

As a true and an honest leader, Kalu has not been impressed with any form of meandering nature of anybody or group. Hence, Nigerians should thank him for his selfless service in making sure that the voice of Nigerians doesn’t go down the drain in the world.

Nigerians are saying that the Almighty God will continue to increase him in wisdom, knowledge and riches, because the Almighty God is with whosoever that is truthful. This is why outnumbered population of Nigeria was saying that it is not finished with Kalu politically and otherwise until it is finished.

The encouragement is that he should continue to press forward, finely and harder. Nigerians are not tired of him. They are saying that Kalu is a leader who never produced bad followers because of his outstanding records, but there were people around him who have today towed the line of wasting time in the government of Abia State because of selfishness, with distending grammar and developing the state only on the pages of the newspapers.

Conversely, Abians knew that a waster of time and development of Abia State as is glaring today is a waster of everything. For how long will the government on ground continue to frustrate and waste Abians, because of bad governance?

Kalu should not stop until positive things outnumber negative things in Nigeria. His body language on the position at the World Bank suggests that those involved in it should never beat around the bush.

Hope President Goodluck Jonathan will by now warming Anyaoku up?

Odimegwu Onwumere writes from Rivers State.

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