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Gov. Uzodinma Mocked Over Power Outage During Live Interview On National TV (Video)

Gov. Uzodinma Mocked Over Power Outage During Live Interview On National TV (Video)

The Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma has been mocked online after experiencing a power outage during an interview on national television.

Naija News reports that Uzodinma on Tuesday night featured on Channels TV Politics Today, where he discussed issues regarding the 2023 election.

The Governor while speaking on the issues of insecurity, suddenly experience a power outage and the media organisation quickly used his photograph for a cover-up.

This incident subjected the governor to mockery from many Nigerians who described the situation as embarrassing to the country.

misschidel wrote: “That our imo state don cast finish”

ogxmdi wrote: “Are they not embarrazzedddddd. This is very embarrazzzzinggg”

urhoboworldwide_ wrote: “Nigeria Happened to him”

wendy_adamma wrote: “Hahahahahaha. This country go dishonor you”

_somebodys1stson wrote: “This is precisely why they always fly out for treatment. For lapses even they can’t control or won’t fix”

omaasdiary wrote: “e go reach everybody las las as una no want country to better na candle you go soon use nonsense”

_winwoman wrote: “Shame Nigeria, shame!!! You will also reap what you sow”

paydaysureraps wrote: “I like how dem quick switch am, make e clear say na him side be darkness Werey govt”

I Don’t Want To Join Issues With Peter Obi

Uzodinma also claimed there are many loyal members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) who are ‘Obedient’ to the party.

According to the Governor, he is more concerned about campaigning for the APC presidential flagbearer, Bola Tinubu, in the South East.

He added that reasonable minds in Imo State would vote for the APC considering the dividends of democracy delivered to them.

Uzodinma said: “I am a politician and my party is APC and I have my candidate in the party. And I know we are consulting and speaking to our people to vote for our candidate.

“I am concerned with campaigning for my party. I don’t want to join issues with Peter Obi, whom you know is not a member of my party. But I know members of APC are obedient to APC.”

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