Dr. Chimaobi Desmond Anyasọ has been described by many Bende political pundit as a benign politician whose style of politics will only tilt towards provoking an enduring peace to his constituency.

These were observed from the reactions of several Stakeholders of Bende Local Government extraction who extolled him for his latest visit to the National Assembly.

On this epoch visit, Dr. Chima described the member representing Bende federal constituency at the national assembly, Hon Ben Kalu, as not only his brother but a good friend with the same set goals of serving the good people of their constituency.

Anyaso made this known in a post he shared on his social media platforms after the visit to the national assembly where he met both Hon Kalu and Hon Obinna Chidoka whom he had fruitful deliberations with, on how to move the country forward.

The business guru said he held talks with his brother and friend, Hon Kalu who is currently representing Bende federal constituency where he comes from and urged him to continue the good work.

Anyaso said that though they belong to different political parties, “this does not mean that we should be enemies rather we should work together to move our constituency (Bende) forward for a better tomorrow and for the good of our youths”.

Dr. Chima encouraged him to continue to strive to deliver on his mandate and bring the dividends of democracy to our people.

“At the end of the day politics when played by men of good conscience is for the betterment of the greater majority and not for selfish interest of a few”.

Anyaso harped on the need for youths of the country to play politics of inclusion, without bitterness, stressing that doing otherwise will not only breed rancor but also help to bring under development to, “Wherever any politician comes from”.

Dr. Chima, the business man cum philanthropist said that his visit to the National Assembly was at the instance of his very good friend and brother, Rep. Hon. Obinna Chidoka, who is a performing House of Representatives member, whom he earlier held a meeting with.

He explained that Hon Chidoka gave him a first hand information on the just concluded Anambra gubernatorial election where his party, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) participated and won by Prof. Chukwuma Soludo of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, (APGA).

The CAADES group Boss noted that from the information available to him that democracy as being practised in Nigeria still has a long way to go, “Especially in the area of conducting credible elections”.

He however expressed his feelings that “Even though we are not there yet, the future is very bright for the country democracy wise”, and urged all not to lose hope.