Abia, Imo indigenes drum support for Ugwuanyi’s re-election

 
Fri Jul 13th, 2018 - Abia
 

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INDIGENES of Abia and Imo states resident in Enugu State under the auspices of “Abia/Imo People’s Forum” have unanimously endorsed Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for a second term in office for entrenching peace and good governance in the state.

The non-indigenes led by the forum’s chairman and patron, Apostle Dr. Joseph Ajujungwa and Bishop Dr. Godwin Madu of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, PFN, also declared their support for the laudable and people-oriented programmes of the governor aimed at improving the living standard of residents of the state.

The Abia/Imo indigenes added that Gov. Ugwuanyi “is friendly and disposed to all manner of people resident in Enugu State” and has enhanced the security of the state.

Speaking during “a mega endorsement rally” for the governor in Enugu, the forum’s chairman, Dr. Ajujungwa, stated that the event was organized specifically in support of the governor’s re-election in 2019.

He added that the rally was peculiar because it was the first time in the history of the state that in-laws of a sitting governor would gather to support and endorse him for a second term in office.

“We must thank His Excellency so much for the tight security arrangement that exists here in Enugu State. No wonder, generally, Enugu State is regarded as one of the most peaceful states in the federation. Enugu State is where residents and visitors alike can comfortably go to sleep at night with their two eyes closed,” Ajujungwa noted.

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source: Vanguard