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Byline: Ike Ume-Atuana
TRUTH is gradually emerging on how the Anambra governorship election was won and lost. The upshot from the tribunal shows that some of the candidates currently seeking redress there have neither the reputation nor the competence needed to lead a state like Anambra.
For a state that is still smarting from undisciplined leaderships of the past, care must be taken to avoid a quick relapse.
Some characters should be discouraged from aspiring to the office. A state that is today exiting the stage of cavalier politics should be particular on who should be entrusted with its affairs.
In the beginning were 25 candidates that contested the February 6 governorship election in the state. Out of this, about five is in the tribunal today challenging the victory of the winner of that election adjudged by many as free and fair. The five differed with the 19 others who conceded victory and congratulated the winner. And not until they have exhausted all …