Maduka debunks rumour over peddling issues from naysayers


Dr. Godwin Maduka.

Maduka debunks  rumour over peddling issues from naysayers

By Uchenna Ezeadigwe and Ifeanyi Ndukwe 


The attention of Dr Maduka Foundation has been drawn over the false rumour circulating on social media by some unscrupulous naysayers who are bent on tarnishing the image of our great candidate,  Dr Godwin Maduka of Accord party.

A statement signed and made available to pressmen by the media foundation team during the weekend has called on Ndi Anambra and party faithfuls to ignore the false news, peddling on social media by the Peoples  Democratic  Party online forum.

The statement reads,  " it's unfortunate that some unserious individuals have bent on tarnishing  the image of Dr Godwin Maduka of Accord Party just to jeopardize his intentions of bringing Anambra state to a more progressive and inclusive development".

Be informed that Dr Maduka's integrity and principles which depicts him of a good philanthropist and true leader cannot and  never descend so low to such false rumours.  

His years of experiences as a medical professional has earned him an international reputation and honour, therefore he cannot indulge in such inhumane act.

The statement further urged ndi Anambra to remain resolute, and unperturbed but accept the false accusation as one of the propaganda been carried out by those who do not mean well for our dear state. Hence, it is paramount to note that those behind the ungodly act will soon be put to shame.


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