A former governor of Enugu state and senator representing the Enugu East senatorial district, Chimaroke Nnamani, in addition to a Twitter user, @McCa_Xn, engaged in a “tug of war” on the popular microblogging platform on Sunday, Twitterreports the PUNCH.

The PUNCH reports that Nnamani recently increased his engagement on the social media platform by regularly participating in Twitter Spaces, tweet chats with young people.

The senator, who wants to be re-elected to the House of Representatives, had previously noted in a: Twitter space that he would no longer block Twitter users who insulted him after being called by some users.

On Saturday, however, the senator noted that there is no such thing as an “obedient party”.

“Still on that Obiient issue, there is no obedient party, the name is Labor Party, a political party with candidates in all positions, including the governorship. Our party is different and that is the People’s Democratic Party. If we blur the distinction and vote foolishly for Obidient, which is Labor Party for president for the minority elites, it’s easy to roll back two weeks later,” he tweeted.

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Nnamani had also continued to tweet: “We are Ebeano, our political party is not a Labor Party, we are the PDP and our symbol is umbrella.”

Nnamani’s tweet got a response from @McCa_Xn, who named the senator “Ewu”, which means “goat” in the Igbo language.

However, the senator replied to the user with, “Your father and mother Ewu.”

The PUNCH
reports that the senator has been involved in a series of “political evangelism” on behalf of his political party, the PDP.

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