Comrade Akoko Smith blows hot on new post made on his timeline regarding the “celebration of ineptitude and underrepresentation” by the Methodist Church Nigeria. Recall that Methodist Church Nigeria recently awarded honourable Okwu with a title; ‘Award of Excellent Representation’.
In a post he tagged “IT’S NOW “WORTHY IS THE REP” NO LONGER “WORTHY IS THE LAMB”, the young activist and prolific writer condemns the celebration of ineptitude and underrepresentation on the lawmaker, Rt. Honourable Samson Okwu who represents Oju/Obi to the green chamber by MCN.
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Surfing the blue App, igedeonline.com came across Comrade Smith post. Read below:
“These pictures were not taken to particularly expose the condition of the only federal road that links with the rest of the world, the constituents of the recipient of Methodist Church Nigeria’s ‘Award of Excellent Representation’.
“An official at the Ministry of Works requested them and demanded that this very camera be used to determine the authenticity of our earlier report of the road as potential death trap.
“That said, if MCN can organize a lush plush jamboree to applaud this level of ineptitude and underrepresentation, I think there’s hope for anyone having a bad day courtesy of his own undoing.
He sarcastically posit that the church leaders should rather build a statue of the lawmaker in front of their Church, to show how generous they are to the “Worthy Rep”
“But on another thought, will a statue for Okwu by the gate of the church be too much for the legislator? The more the awards, the more the cash-outs. And it will even mean more money to change the slogan to ‘Worthy is the Rep!’
The road in question is a Federal road, hence, Smith’s criticism on the HoR third timer. What’s your view about this? Is this an ineptitude and underrepresentation as claimed by the activist, or there are processes to constructing such roads? Use the comment section for your opinion.
Source: Comr. Andyson Iji Facebook Timeline
Comments on “Why “Worthy is the Lamb” Chants in MCN has Changed to “Worthy is the Reps” – Smith Akoko”
I think Mr Smith has gone too far with the criticism because as we all know the road is a federal road, The man is not in the position to do it.
Criticism him for not doing the road is not fair enough.
Secondly, Mr Smith is been hypocritical because he wouldn’t have said this if Hon Sam is a member of his church.
I’m not supporting thr church though but I don’t think criticizing Hon Sam for the bad road is not fair enough.
Igede ka ha.
Definitely the federal government duty to fix the roads and Samson Okwu is not in the right position to fix the roads because he’s representing u in the state abi federal ???? rubbish u don’t even know what u are talking about. ???
Criticism is not the solution to this issue at hand but how to proffer solution should be our thought now .
Actually, awarding an ineptitude and underrepresentation is not a good thing to be done by the said church but to tell him some of the things he should and suppose to do.
Finally, 2023 is fast approaching, so, we should prepare to vote wisely to avoid mistakes this time.
Thanks. Peace out✌️
Worthy is the lamb of God is Methodist Church Nigeria’s slogan not just the local church that gave the award so him thinking that it can be changed to worthy is the rep belittle this great writer. And it’s better when we look for solutions than creating more sarcastic content which at the end of the time became useless.
However, I urge Hon. Sam to wake up and rep his people well. He can do better!
Method church isn’t the problem of bad representative in your constituency as you claimed in oju/obi road. Who are the adviser to the hon. Sam okwu?. It’s your brother, how well the so called brother of yours relates those information of bad rep to him?. Let be sincere sometimes in our point of view. Criticizing church for awarding him is bad, learn how to channel your heartfelt to appropriate client than always be sarcastic. I’m not commending him for neglecting his duty as a rep but criticism isn’t an option.