The Accord Party Candidate for Ihitte Uboma House of Assembly State constituency, Chief Sir Kizzy Ajaelu has called on the electoral umpire ,the Independent National Electoral Commission, (INEC) to thread with caution in the discharge of her duties on the on going general elections bearing in mind that both Nigerians and the international community are keenly watching to ascertain their perceived neutrality in the emergence of winners.
Having observed what transpired in the 23rd February election, particularly in Okigwe Zone,where certain self acclaimed leaders allegedly engaged in subverting the voice of the people Ajaelu advised that the electoral commission or her Staff should not avail themselves to be used as willing tools in the hands of politicians to perpetrate any form of electoral malpractice or create tension in Okigwe Zone which he says occupies a very strategic place in lmo politics and in the country in general.
Addressing journalists in his Amakaohia lhitte Uboma Country home during the presidential and National Assembly Elections , Ajaelu asserted his readiness to abide by the rules of the game and as well called on his fellow contestants to do same.
The Knight of St Mulumba also called on all those whose sole tool of winning election is through thuggery and hooliganism to desist from such unpatriotic act while warning that the people will resist them and will protect their votes at all cost he said with that the true winners of the elections and the peoples choices will emerge.
The philanthropist and employer of labour maintained that he still remains the preferred candidate for the Ihitte Uboma State constituency seat “l have all it takes to give my people a qualitative and responsive representation at the IMO state House of Assembly. He called on all registered voters in Ihitte uboma to come out enmasse and vote massively for him.