Assembly Vibes Thursday October 14, 2021

As politicians begin to work on their political destination in 2023, it’s certain that many of those who constitutes the present Imo State House of Assembly May not have another stint at the State legislature.
After 2023, the tendency that majority of those who found their ways into the hallowed Chambers of the State in 2019 may bid bye to the House of Assembly is high.
Many factors will shape this arrangement as Assembly Vibes goes deep to showcase those who are likely on their last lap in the State Assembly.
Considering that no member of the House has had a three time tenure, those on their second tenure may be on their last voyage in the Assembly complex as elected members.
Another factor that will also shape those not likely coming back is the issue of zoning.
Some State constituencies are stoic believers and operators of zoning formula where no member has broken this arrangement to earn a second missionary journey.
More considerate in the factors that will determine who comes back is the future ambition of some of the lawmakers who are eager to upgrade to either House of Reps or Senate of the various Federal Constituencies and Senatorial zones respectively.
Chiji Collins: Having merited a second term, it is possible that the people of Isiala Mbano may not grant him another chance.
It may also be noted that his Osu clan may not be chance to file a candidate for his position.
Isiala Mbano has three divisions for political sharing; Ugiri, Osu and Eziama. Chiji is from Osu.
Kennedy Ibeh: With two time records, he may be out of favour again to get the mandate of Obowo people for another shot.
Arthur Egwim: The body language of the Legal Practitioner turned Lawmaker speaks boldly of his next move. Rt. Hon. Arthur Egwim represents Ideato North LGA and a ranking member, is believed to be eyeing the green chambers by 2023. It would be a fight between him and his brother, Dr. Paschal Obi. Egwim is among those tipped for higher political grounds.
Ngozi Obiefule: Mother general as fondly called by her colleagues speaks for Isu State Constituency. She is also in her second tenure. Obiefule as it stands now cannot be predicted because she is on the exit door ahead 2023.
Uche Ogbuagu: Although a first timer in the Legislature, Hon Uche Ogbuagu of Ikeduru had already made his next political move known.
During his last birthday bash at Akabo, the ace comedian disclosed of running for the Federal seat of Mbaitoli/Ikeduru in 2023 with a yet to be disclosed party platform. It is obvious the seat of Ikeduru is vacant for 2023 as he eyes Reps seat.
Uju Onwudiwe: Looking at another member that may not have a soft landing in 2023 is Amb. Uju Onwudiwe, otherwise known as Igolo Njaba.
Aside going to face a tough political tussle, Onwudiwe may be biding farewell to her Njaba Constituency, having gone for two consecutive tenures.
Moreover, the legal battle she encountered in the past outing may be a quick reminder for her to delve into another political outlet to continue to be relevant in the system other than seeking for a re-election.
Obinna Okwara: The Prince of Eshi kingdom of Nkwerre LGA is about completing a second term in the parliament.
Okwara’s first experience was in the 7th House, and now the 9th House. Vying for another tenure may be an impossible mission, as a fresh politician may have the aspiration.
Eddy Obinna: Eddy Obinna of Aboh Mbaise may also not have a come back to the House of Assembly after general election. Despite a first time who may vie for a second term, Aboh has a zoning formula other clans will challenge. Obinna is from Uvuru clan and has to contend with Nguru and Enyiato clans for second tenure.
Samuel Otuibe: The case of Hon. Samuel Otuibe of Ahiazu Mbaise is basically on zoning arrangement. The people of Ahiazu Mbaise, Trumpeta learnt operates on zoning level, and since Otuibe has gone for one tenure, it is expected that the tent shifts to another for the sake of equity.
Otuibe is from Amuzi, Ahiara. It will be the turn of Ekwereazu in 2023.
Frank Ugboma: Frank Ugboma will work extra miles to have a second term because no Oguta State Assembly member has gone a second term.
Philip Ejiogu: Hon Philip Ejiogu is another Lawmakers who will likely be knocked out based on Owerri North sharing formula. In the history of the constituency, it has been one tenure for each block.
Michael Crown: Michael Crown will have one tenure slot if the Uboma and Ihitte sharing formula will come to play in 2023. No Lawmaker has tried to break this jinx irrespective of party leaning and the case of the fair skinned House member may not be an exemption.

The premises and building housing the State House of Assembly has turned ghost town, as no member reports to the office, after resuming from official recess.
Trumpeta Assembly Vibes monitored that since the House departed for a break on September 23, 2021 for an adjourned date of October, 28, 2021 Lawmakers have distanced themselves from the building for reasons best known to them.
Unlike in the past when some Members used to report to office to attend to either Committee meetings or personal engagements, same cannot be said for now, as they continue avoiding offices.
Even the Legislative aides and Staff of the Assembly are not left out in the absence from the complex.
It was noticed the Staffers having observed the absence of the members also decided to keep away.
When inquired from few of the workers, they complained it was needless of them coming when their “ogas” cannot be sighted anywhere.
Another reason given by the staff was the security situation in the State.
They went into hibernation only to be rarely spotted in public functions.
This attitude is affecting visitors and others who have official business with the State Assembly.

It was a solemn mood and mourning yesterday, October 13, 2021, as former House member for Oru East State Constituency, Hon. Barr. Greg Okemili laid the wife to rest.
Hon. Okemili represented Oru East in the 7th House.
Family, friends, and associates trooped out en masse yesterday to sympathize with the legal luminary over his wife’s death.
From the burial announcement by the husband, Late Lolo Mary-Queen Okemili died at the age of 49.
She was interred at his husband residence in Umubochi Awo Omamma, Oru East LGA, after a requiem mass held at CKC Catholic Church, Awo Omamma.