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YESTERDAY, a landmark meeting held in Okija as leaders of Ebonesie and Okija, the two clans that constitute Ihiala 2 state Constituency of the Anambra State House of Assembly struck an accord that will stave off tension ahead of Saturday, March 9, state legislature elections in Ihiala LGA.
At the town hall meeting held in country home of Prince Nwabueze Umegboro  (aka Ofiafuluego) leaders of Okija pledged support for Ebonesie to  reciprocate their overwhelming support in the election of their son, the House of Representatives member-elect Ifeanyi Muomah  and urged all Okija sons and daughters  who are contending for the Ihiala Constituency 2 seat in Saturday, March 9 poll to step down for the candidate of Ebonesie.
Present in the well-attended forum were  such leaders of Okija as Chief Ken Emeakayi, the CEO of Dozzy Oil, Dr. Danniel Chukwudozie among others (from the Okija delegation) while Chief Uzama Okpaleke (Ikenga Azia), Chief Jude Evergreen Onyedum (Onwa Mbosi), Chief Ken Maduakor (Chairman of all PGs, of Ihiala LGA) among others were in the  Ebonesie delegation.
Also in the meeting were the major candidates for Saturday's poll from Okija such as Onyekachi Divine, and the Ebonesie clan's adopted candidate, Dr. Paschal Agbodike.
Speaking during the event, the leaders of Okija took turns to ask Divine and others from Okija to respect the accord between the two clans of Ihiala 2 Constituency and allow Agbodike's bid to sail since it is the wish of the whole Ebonesie.
Following the successful persuasion of Mr Divine and others, the Dozzy Oil mogul made a donation of N10 million to aide Dr. Paschal Agbodike's campaign for a second term in Anambra State House of Assembly.

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