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The Kaleidoscope of Prince Tonye Princewill

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Author: Okah Ewah Edede
Posted to the web: 8/4/2006 5:10:07 AM

From the intricacies of the creeks emerged a solemn set of youths under the auspices of Rivers Youth Consultative Assembly, who after a ventillation of ideas, and having scanned the horizon decided to sanction a man of ecclesiastical mandate, Prince Tonye Princewill, as that individual who will rescue Rivers State from the quagmire of mediocrity and maladministration. This crusader is the scion of King Prof. T.J.T Princewill's family, the Amachree XI, Amayanabo of Kalabari Kingdom.
     The bane of contemporary Nigeria is leadership: leadership in the sense that most of our rulers are gerontocratic madmen who have driven our polity into the doldrum. The forthcoming general elections is thus an avenue for the youths of River State to elect a savant as its chief executive officer come 2007. Prince Tonye Princewill is a young dynamic intellect with sublime quintessential qualities who sympathizes with the aspiration of the youths, and who can bring out the aesthetic values of the peace cherishing people of Rivers State.
     Rivers State is the treasure base of the nation, and after the dynamism of the incumbent governor, Sir, Dr. Peter Odili, Rivers people needs another colossal achiever who will continue and strive to surpass the economic renaissance of the Odili's administration. This Rivers son is a businessman of international repute who will bring to base the much needed foriegn partnership and investment into Rivers State: this will bring succour to the beleaguered people of the garden city state.
     At this juncture it is pertinent to state that gone are the days of 'battlefield leadership.' we, Rivers Youths, will nolonger allow ourselves to be pawns of destruction and anarchy in the hands of silhouette politicians. We will resist all those hideous politicians who win elections through the macabre rhythm of molten leads and the AK47. Its high time we ask ourselves a question of profound ethical gravity: 'can a leader who murdered his way into position via the politics of Kalashnikov be puritan enough to give us credible leadership?' The answer to this vexing question is, No!
     In synopsis, it is our solemn opinion that Prince Tonye Princewill is that elusive Messiah whom the terrorized people of Rivers State are awaiting to take them to the place of elixir. Tonye is a man whose time has come.
By Okah Ewah Edede

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