To the bitter critics: “You sycophantic jesters are suffering from a crisis of conscience.”

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By Izuchukwu Adichie

When miscreants parade naked in the market square, defecate on ancestral shrines, and amuse the onlookers, elders must impose sanctions. This would prevent future occurrences and anger of the gods and avert a retributive plague that would befall the sycophantic jesters.

Soludo’s critics have donned the cloak of greed for power instead of serving Anambra state. These miscreants are struggling and suffering in their attempt to discredit Soludo’s outstanding performance. They have eyes, but they refuse to see the truth. They have ears, but they ignore the voice of the people. They read, but they lack understanding. Their media attacks and verbal diarrhea are devoid of facts and reason. They attempt to sow discord instead of unity and bitterness instead of peace.

Their ideology is not based on sound moral and logical reasoning, and their criticisms lack constructive solutions. It is a mere conjecture of a drunk in a hallucination. Critique is about responsibility, not recklessness as they have shown. It is about the welfare of the people, not bitterness as shown in their faces. It is about the truth, not falsehood. Unfortunately, they lack alternative ideas and propagate falsehood to feed their deceptive flesh. Consequently, they suffer from a crisis of conscience.

Despite the negativity and falsehood recently being displayed by these few miscreants, Soludo remains firm in his commitment to serving ndi Anambra. His outstanding performance is a testament to his compassion and selfless leadership, and he has earned the respect and admiration of the masses, irrespective of their political affiliation or denomination.

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