Worried by the rising popularity of the UK based lawyer and governorship candidate of the Mass Action Joint Alliance (MAJA), Barr Aloysius Osuji,who is also from Nkwerre/Nwangele areas as the son-inlaw to the governor, Uche Nwosu, Imo Rescue Reporters on the social media,yesterday, announced that the State Working Committee (SWC) of MAJA party in Imo state, has collapsed into AA, and pledged their unalloyed support to Uche Nwosu.

Reacting to the online publication, the State Chairman of MAJA party, Hon. (Sir) Reuben Obijiaku, debunked the insinuation, stating that, contrary to the reports and the accompanying pictures as published, it is glaring that the said group of political jobbers that visited Uche Nwosu are unknown to the party.

According to Obijiaku, the State Secretary of MAJA party in Imo state is a female not a male, as wrongly dished out to the public by the purveyors of falsehood.

Chief Obijiaku said, “the State Working Committee of MAJA, is very proud and happy with Barr Aloysius Osuji”. He condemned the unprecedented level of desperation, exhibited by the rescue media practitioners even though it was not surprising to him, because of the popularity or the momentum that the party’s candidate, Aloysius Osuji is gathering.

When contacted on the issue, the Director General of Aloysius Osuji Campaign Organization, Hon. Chikezie Oguejiofor said, “Nkwerre/Nwangele and the entire federal constituency will vote Barr Aloysius Osuji 100%, in view of what he has done in the area, long before joining politics recently, and his level of youth and women empowerment and philanthropy as an industrialist.

“At the last count, Barr Aloysius Osuji has provided more that 100 jobs for the unemployed. With his modest record, those who fabricated the lies are looking for a way to misinform the electorate and discredit the leadership of the party”.

Oguejiofor further stated that, no doubt the popularity of Barr Osuji sent cold shivers down the spines of Uche Nwosu and his supporters whom,he said will lose in their respective polling boots in the area.