Finally Umahi begs Anyim, Egwu, NASS members for forgiveness

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Chief Engr. On Monday, Dave Umahi of Ebonyi State tendered an unreserved apology to Senator Pius Anyim,  the former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, and Sam Ominyi Egwu, the former Governor, on the recent fights that existed between them.

Governor Umahi tendered the apology while addressing the state’s stakeholders and All Progressive Congress supporters at the ground-breaking of FMBN/NLC/TUC/NECA housing estate that took place at Uburu community, Ohaozara LGA of Ebonyi state.

According to Umahi: “let me publicly say it here, that I have directed that nobody should abuse anybody again even if I’m abused, it goes with the job. Could you not respond to them?

“I am the father of the state. And I should be ashamed of myself if the state of Ebonyi is allowed to go into bitterness and disunity.

“I have decided to move forward. At the cost of this, I have decided to forgive all those who may have been hurt because I take responsibility for all my government officials’ actions. And for all my supporters.

“I offer apologies to them. I am not going to sit on the judgment with anybody. These apologies and forgiveness should be enough to settle all bad blood. And I have no regrets about that. God directed me to do this. And I thank all our leaders who have intervened.

“Never again shall we respond to any attack against our government. It is not necessary, but facts speak for itself,” he stated.

“I thank the Catholic Bishop Nnachi Okoro, I thank CAN people led by the chairman Rev. Dr. Abraham Nwali, I thank the founding fathers, I thank the Ohanaeze leadership led by Chief Nnia Nwodo, Uchenna Madu and all the leaders of the southeast.

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