“Together with his colleague at the Global Nigerian Diaspora Network, they lobbied various stakeholders, including INEC, National Assembly members and pushed for Diaspora and Electronic Voting, eventually, Diaspora Voting was expunged from the bill and only the electronic voting as we have it today passed”
Party sentiments asides, ANIOMA have a golden opportunity to mobilize en massé an overwhelming support for one of their own, who has maintained a commitment to the collective prosperity of the ANIOMA domain both at home and in the Diaspora.
Let’s fly G B A N D I for Senate and here are just few of the reasons why.
He’s the longest serving Chairman of Nigerians in Diaspora (NIDO Europe), representing the interest of over 6 million Nigerians, and he did credibly well too. Kenneth Gbandi, ADC senatorial candidate as NIDOE Chair helped mobilized $2.36B venture funding to build a nationwide housing & e-Commerce project. He also led his colleague under the Global Nigerian Diaspora Network to help pass NIDCOM Bill at the National Assembly. Together with his colleague at the Global Nigerian Diaspora Network, they lobbied various stakeholders, including INEC, National Assembly members and pushed for Diaspora and Electronic Voting, eventually, Diaspora Voting was expunged from the bill and only the electronic voting as we have it today passed.
Kenneth Gbandi guarantees integrity, global leadership experience which has been tested as member of Hamburg Senate Foreigners Advisory Council and Chairman of Anti-Discrimination Committee where he led bringing about positive changes to migrants in Hamburg Germany under his then boss, Olaf Scholz who is currently the Chancellor of Germany. Chibuogwu Gbandi is also a social investment expert that possess the innovative ability to unearth & harness the immense human potential and attract the prerequisite financial resources to buffer Anioma’s economic landscape.
The widespread governmental neglect over the decades will demand that we factually ask ourselves the Biblical rhetoric: Can anything good come from Akwukwu Igbo. The patriotic answer is yes, but in reality, history doesn’t really repeat itself, it is humans that repeat history if we chose to do same thing electing same old individuals that has been around for decades and expect a different result.
We may choose to hope that somehow light may dawn on Anioma, from other of our ‘brothers’ across Anioma Nation or we bet on tested and trusted Global leader from Akwukwu Igbo who is coming into Anioma politics without any political excess baggage and with a fresh political innovative idea. We can now take our collective destinies into our hands, and in 2023 reposition ourselves in the very corridors of governance, where we can genuinely fast-track Anioma development.
The time for ‘minority thinking’ is over.
Think Kenneth Chibuogwu Gbandi