Thursday, 20 December 2018

IMO 2018: Deranged Man slams Okorocha, Predicts Tony Nwulu As Next Governor (VIDEO)

A mentally unstable man was sighted  in Owerri Imo State capital uttering words of victory for Tony Nwulu, the Governorship aspirant for UPP in the 2019 election.

The popular deranged man who is known for allegedly uttering spiritual statements that usually prove to be true on few occasions has once again caught exposing the ills of the state governor, Rochas Okorocha and showering praises on Imo UPP gubernatorial candidate, Hon. Tony Nwulu. 

The madman, very articulate in his utterances was caught on camera by a roving online reporter within the city of Owerri  heaping praises on Nwulu and predicting that he will  be the next governor of Imo State.

According to the reporter, the deranged man stated in his utterance that youths in Imo State are jobless and he was seen hitting his chest in affirmation that Hon. Tony Nwulu is the only Messiah Imo Youths needs now for jobs creation and human capacity development. 

Surprisingly, the reporter also noted the way the madman spelt out social vices like cultism, kidnapping and criminality in the state, saying that Hon. Nwulu will be the only person to tackle such vices headlong and provide jobs for Imo youths.

In reaction to this, many observers are with mixed feelings to ascertain whether the man is truly mad or a spiritualist who dresses tattered. However, the reporter who captured the video can only pick his words but afraid to inquire from him about his mental status.

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Nonetheless, Hon. Tony Nwulu who is currently a Federal House of Representatives Member representing Oshodi-Isolo in the 8th assembly, sponsored Not Too Young To Run Bill and embarked on several constituency projects as a current legislator before Imo Youths clamoured and called on him to Run for Imo Gubernatorial election to save the state from being completely written off. He is seen by some Imo youths as the next promising governor.

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