The recently concluded Anambra State Association (ASA-USA) convention in Tampa, Florida by a splinter group currently under criminal investigation by the Attorney General of California, was a show of shame, according to a Citizen Reporter.
Four leaders of the group, Allison Anadi, Victor Nwanso, Olisa Oraelosi and Jonathan Okafor, are currently facing lawsuit by concerned members of the association who are suing them for causing “substantial injury to the association.” The judge in the case, after examining the facts, ordered that Allison Anadi, Victor Nwanso, Olisa Oraelosi and Jonathan Okafor should be referred to the Attorney General of California for investigations for possible financial improprieties.
Despite the on-going criminal investigation, the four organized a convention in Tampa, Florida and invited all governorship candidates for the upcoming November 16, 2013 election in Anambra State. They also invited the incumbent governor of the state, Mr. Peter Obi.
Governor Obi, his political godson William Obiano, APGA party chairman Victor Umeh and other state officials traveled to Tampa. The controversial businessman-turned politician, Ifeanyi Ubah, arrived with his entourage for the convention. Chief Anyanwu of Labor Party was also in attendance.
The morning session was a non-event, as many did not show-up. Many members shamelessly …