2023, The governor apologizes.

2023 The governor apologizes.
The governor is modest. Everyone is adored by the governor. The governor does not want to lose his attempt for a third term in equity. He regrets not realizing sooner that all the spectacular putdowns he inflicted during his APC “invasion,” which helped him defeat all of his opponents, would not translate well to his third term election. He is sorry that his administration is leading Ebonyians to lose their sense of belonging, causing him to run the state like a family company, and he is sorry that they wish he had never been elected governor.
He is not remorseful for causing friction among the state’s labor, NUT, and trade union leadership. Union leaders are scumbags, and he wishes they were never leaders or that the leadership did not exist. He regrets committing to pay only 10% of pensioners’ pensions and gratuities. He apologizes for the double and hefty taxes that has led to the closure of firms and the flight of investors.
He regrets appearing to be a nice man by patenting the divine mandate in order to deceive the voters into voting for him although knowing full well that it was all a deception.
He regrets turning the workers against his old boss by promising to raise their wages, which he never did; he regrets making a false promise.
He is apologetic for continuing to deceive Ebonyians with false promises and projects, and he refuses to allow investors to visit the state because their presence will disrupt his private enterprises in the state.
He regrets spending so much money on communities in the state ravaged by crises, but he also regrets that he must allow it to continue since it benefits him in terms of the swollen security vote.
He regrets that he does not require any of his appointees’ inputs or suggestions in order to operate his government.
He regrets that he served his first term with no permanent secretary in his government. If he is elected to a third term in equity, he will remove permanent secretaries from his administration.
He is sad that pump water runs nowhere in Ebonyi, but he was able to put water fountains at the Abakaliki metropolis roundabout with a large sum of money after renovating and demolishing the old ones for the new ones.
He apologizes. He took Ebonyi’s PDP zonal chairmanship and gave it to his brother.
He regrets forcing his younger brother into the position of PDP vice chairman against the views of the party’s members, and another of his brothers into the position of traditional ruler of his location despite the wishes of the people of the area.
He apologizes for the frequent deductions from workers’ salaries in the name of taxes, as well as the state’s rampant multiple taxation.
He regrets embarking on the construction of three flyovers within a one-kilometer radius, leaving behind pressing fundamental demands of the state’s population.
He regrets abandoning his predecessor’s unfinished and ongoing projects, such as the water project and the Umuogharu recycling plant.He regrets that he is not prepared to repair the state’s schools and hospitals, and that the state’s state ministry of health has only five medical doctors. He regrets not refunding the combined exam cost to pupils in the state’s basic and secondary institutions. He regrets illegally imprisoning a Catholic priest and threatening the bishop with arrest. He regrets that he was unable to stop the state’s opposition parties. He regrets not pursuing any project that will favorably impact the lives of Ebonyians.
He regrets that the so-called empowerment declared by his government is a sham designed to bolster support for his third term bid.
Most importantly, he feels sorry that he is not truly sorry.

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