Posted on 7:23 PM by ANAM PEOPLE'S WEBSITE and filed under , , , , , , , ,
As the 2011 elections draws near, one cannot but be marvelled at the scramble for elective positions in Nigeria. We would soon be hearing about agendas-be it seven point, 12 point or even 100 point agenda as is the case with the country.

Anambra North senatorial zone and indeed Anambra West local government has suffered tremendously in the hands of unscrupulous elements whom we erroneously or never voted in the first place. We would soon be approached like in the past to give them support and after elections they turn us into slaves and set their dogs on us as we would never set eyes on them again. They would only wave to us from inside their bullet-proof cars.

They don't KNOW YOU after the elections. Avoid them now as possible as you can.
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ANAM PEOPLE'S WEBSITE said... August 25, 2010 at 2:23 AM

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