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Imo Charter of Equity: Equitable Distribution of Resources more Important —Anujuo

As Imo State keeps celebrating the dividends of democracy, a call has gone out to citizens to focus on the equitable distribution of resources rather than the zonal origin of their governors.

Fidel Anujuo, a renowned political strategist and public intellectual, made this call in a recent interview with some newsmen.

According to him, “Ensuring the fair distribution of our shared heritage and resources holds greater significance for the average person than the geographical or zonal origin of the state governor.”

Anujuo’s statement could not have come at a better time. With the State still grappling with issues of Charter of Equity, inequality and marginalization among the three zones, it is refreshing to hear a voice of reason emphasizing the need for fairness and equity distribution of resources. For too long, the State has been plagued by the politics of zone and clan, with many leaders prioritizing the interests of their own zone and clan above the general good.

But Anujuo’s call goes beyond politics. It is a reminder that our shared heritage and resources are meant to benefit all, not just a select few; as the average citizen is more interested in the impact of governance in their daily life than zonal origin of a governor. It is a call to recognize that our diversity is a strength, not a weakness, and that our collective progress is what truly matters. As we move forward as a a state, it is crucial that we prioritize fairness, justice, and equality for all.

Anujuo’s words also serve as a reminder that leadership is not about personal interests or zonal biases, but about serving the greater good. It is a call to leaders to prioritize the welfare of all citizens, regardless of their zonal location or clan background. By doing so, we can build a more just and equitable society where everyone has access to the resources they need to thrive.

Political Pundits have acknowledged Fidel Anujuo’s call as a timely reminder of the values that should guide the three zones as a state. They advised that political parties, stakeholders, leaderships, and members should heed to Anujuo’s words and work towards a future where their shared heritage and resources are truly and equitably distributed for the benefit of all.


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