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At the beginning of my project: Presenting The Best Solution For The Post Rochas Imo, I decided not to take any body to the cleaners. Readers should allow me to take a leave to address the most horrible politician in the state in the language he understands.

At the beginning of my project: Presenting The Best Solution For The Post Rochas Imo, I decided not to take any body to the cleaners. Readers should allow me to take a leave to address the most horrible politician in the state in the language he understands.

Professor Nnamdi Obiareri appears to be a disaster to the academia. A man who obeys the laws of instinct, who faces the direction of his stomach, who welcomes all sorts of assignments, who performs any imaginable tasks as long as such oils his stomach, cannot be standing on two legs. No wonder the unreliable professor supports his overbearing weight with four legs: his walking stick and his towing rope. 
I respect members of academia but I am quick to join issues with those whose presence, activities and contributions draw our club back. I have had time to listen to this easy talking teacher of law. Each time he grants interview, one notices that he is under instruction to say what he doesn't believe. He owes his life to  the powers that put food on his table. A man with unbridled lust for money and appetite for food, Professor Nnamdi hovers around like a puritanic culture once a political obituary is announced. He could not afford to survive outside official patronage. Trained and sustained with tax payers money, the Okigwe born professional politician loves free things. He is always kept busy doing slavish jobs while very important decisions are taken in the government house. He is either a head usher, a wine tester or the coordinator of invited troupes. Nobody can take this away, he is always willing to 'serve'.
The Commissioner of Information is neither regular nor recognised in Rochas cabinet. Very vital decisions are taken in his absence while he would be assigned the ignoble role of defending the stench from his master's bowels. Nobody consulted him at the creation of the Ministry of Happiness but he was handed a two way ticket to Lagos where he made mockery of himself before the Channels TV crew. While on the hot seat, the professor justified the creation and the designation, unmindful of the intention of the master.
He is the most dormant among all that have held this  position in the past. Who hears from him? Who knows he exists? Sam Onwuemeodo took shine out of him and allows him to  prune round for what satisfies his flesh. He hardly stays in the office and operates from his more cosy hideouts in Owerri under the succulence of Uratta flesh. His periodic appearances come as  outbursts; products of a chemically  filtrated brain. He loves green bottles and supplements their content with what offers him temporary inspiration
He has spent more time in the government house than in the ivory tower, earning salaries from several fronts, yet serving no needful purpose. He remains an obstacle to the growth and development of Okigwe nation. He helped to destroy Udenwa. He ran to Ikedi Ohakim, his brother, where he literally ran two ministries down. Nnamdi Obiareri, professor, as his name suggests, comes to chop. Expect no results from him.
He hates people with passion. He is s smart broker with keen eyes on personal interests. He negotiates his stomach and cares less about the downtrodden from Ehime, Isiala Mbano and Ihitteuboma, etc. He rarely visits home except when he travels in the company of the slave  master - Rochas. Very unpopular and transcendental, his ambition to remain relevant in post Rochas era pushes him from pillar to post.
Today, the controversial selfish politician is justling for senatorial ticket. He  thinks the best way to go about this is by tarnishing the reputation of men and women who know his secrets. His campaign for the senatorial seat lacks the necessary support as many who know him already know that he wouldn't fly.
Professor, a regular in Douglas House, has denied Okigwe effective representation. He kills the dreams and blocks the chances of every fledging soul from Okigwe. He gathers for keep, materials, contracts, empowerment items and appointments meant for his zone. He never prayed for a competitor and grooms a successor.
The servile politician knows that his days are numbered. With the clamour for change springing forth from every nooks and crannies of the state, and with the desire to have the consultant physician (Dr. Ikedi Ohakim) take over the near-hopeless case of Imo, the likes of Prof Nnamdi whose proboscis are permanently stuck on the prostrate body of the state, are jittery. Okigwe is better off without prodigals.

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