The 2019 Re-election bid of the Lawmaker Representing Obingwa/Osisioma/Ugwunagbo Federal Constituency Hon Solomon Adaelu suffered Setback on Monday as Major Political Stakeholders in Osisioma/Ugwunagbo/Obingwa Local Goverment vowed not to adopt him as a candidate ahead of the General Election.
Solomon Adaelu a son of Elder Emmanuel Onyemaobi Adaelu, an elder statesman who represented Abia State during the 2014 National Conference in Abuja, a Stakeholder of Ukwa Ngwa Nationality is currently engulfed in a Political Oppsion over his negative utterances and remarks against the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) and the Governor of Abia State Dr Okezie Ikpeazu few months ago.
Adaelu who was Elected unopposed on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) with the slot given to his father in 2014 shocked his constituents when he declared the PDP and the Abia State Government of being in Shambles in 2017.
During a meeting of the Obiomangwa Stakeholders which was held at the Residence of Elder Godwin Obioma Nna in Obingwa,the Lawmaker asked to be pardoned over what ever roles he played in the past and be adopted as a Candidate of the OBIOMANGWA Stakeholders.
Chief Isaac Ogbonna and Chief Acho Nwakanma,respected Political Leaders of the Area,who spoke on behalf of the ObiomaNgwa Stakeholders said the body cannot adopt him for Second Term ahead of the 2019 General Elections.
”Chief Isaac Ogbonna told him to go and bring his father Emma Adaelu that the people of the 3 local governments only gave him the mandate because of his father and not him’
”Chief Acho Nwankanma said there is no adoption for him and asked him to go and do Campaign and prepare to meet other aspirants in the field’. a Source who attended the meeting told PUO REPORTS
It will be recalled that the Political Troubles of Hon Solomon Adaelu started when he announced his Resignation from the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) in November 2017.
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