PDP Chief warns Metuh to stay clear of Abia delegates poll

By The Citizen

A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party and an aspirant for Isiala Ngwa North / Isiala Ngwa South federal constituency, in the 2015 elections, Chief Anthony Agbazuere , has accused PDP's National Publicity Secretary, Chief Olisa Metuh of meddling in Abia politics.

Agbazuere in a press conference Thursday night  in Umuahia, alleged that the result of the delegates election slated for tomorrow had already been written in Abuja to clear the way for the emergence  of some preferred  candidates.

He  accused Metuh of ' arm-twisting the powers that be in Abia to impose somebody who lacks the capacity to express himself on the Isala Ngwa North/ Isiala Ngwa South federal constituency'.

Agbazuere warned Metuh to steer clear from Abia politics , 'concern himself with how to win his Anambra home state for PDP' or face dire consequences.

'Metuh who has been unable to deliver his home state, Anambra, to PDP   has expressly declared war against Ngwa people; he wants to impose his personal assistant on our people; he should stop causing troubles for PDP in South East.

' Metuh should go to Anambra State and give the slot of his people to his PA; any body in this system that decides to toy with the lives and freedom of my people should be prepared for the worst battle because I do not need gun or money to fight my wars,' he said.

The constitutional lawyer called on the National leadership of PDP to as a matter of urgency to call Metuh to order  before the party implodes in the state.