Thursday, June 24, 2010
Joy Emodi seeks appointment
The reality that power is transient may have numbed Senator Joy Efeyinwa Emordi who reluctantly left the chambers after the court upheld the election of Alphonsus Uba Igbeke as the authentic winner of the senatorial seat.
Truly, she must it was not really easy to forget the camaraderie in a friendly atmosphere she had worked, so much that some of her colleagues were rooting for her stay or better still get a ministerial appointment.
But since the prevailing circumstances which we heard perplexed her, she has been seen in the presidency probably cracking out some deal. A source hinted Societywatch that the senator could be lobbying for political appointment to remain relevant in the corridors of power. Our source however believed that she is very likely to get something soonest.
Emodi was Chairman of Senate Committee on Education as well as member of the Committees on Solid Minerals, Establishment and Public Service, and Petroleum Resources (Down Stream Sector)