Thursday, 3 October 2013

U-Report: Foundation Denies Endorsing Ifeanyi Ubah

Ifeanyi Ubah

Report By Alloy Attah

A Non Governmental Organization, Ebube Foundation has denied collapsing its structure and endorsing the governorship ambition of Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah, the Labour Party candidate for the Anambra governorship election.

Reacting to an online publication which said recently that the Foundation has collapsed it’s structure and declared for Ifeanyi Ubah, the Administrative Officer of the Foundation, Mrs. Amaka Obimdike said that such insinuations is the handiwork of mischief makers since there is no iota of truth in the publication.

The release noted that Ebube Foundation is never a political structure and will not dabble into political gerrymandering. It said that though the Foundation was founded by Mr. John Chuma Nwosu, a former governorship aspirant under the platform of All Progressives Grand Alliance, he never used the Foundation for political gains.

“Mr. Nwosu ran a campaign organization distinct from Ebube Foundation and at no time did the campaign structure collide with the Foundation.  While there was a time some hirelings decided to feather their political nest somewhere else, Ebube Foundation remained intact waxing stronger in its silent revolution of touching lives positively without attendant hype".

“Unlike other Foundations in Anambra State whose names and origins are built on individuals for personal and political reasons,  Ebube Foundation chose a distinct name and method whereby the Founder and Sole Financier, Mr. John Nwosu chose to remain behind the scene while bankrolling projects handled by the Foundation”

The statement also said that now that party primaries are over, Nwosu has always reiterated his position that the Foundation will continue to excel in innovation and service delivery to the people irrespective of political linings.

It said the issue of endorsing a candidate or collapsing its structure for a politician can never happen and enjoined Anambra people to disregard such misconception while keeping faith in their collective efforts to make the state a better place for all.

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