Enugu youths in Lagos pledge support for Ugwuanyi, others
Enugu residents in Lagos, under the aegis of Igbo-Eze North Youths, have endorsed Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for a second term in office.The group resolved to join hands with other people in the state to ensure the governor’s success in the forthcoming elections.
The youths claimed that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)’s candidate has performed beyond expectations in all facets of governance.They cited quality service delivery on road infrastructure all over the state, upgrading of education and health sectors, as well as ensuring adequate security and peace among others.
The group also promised their support for Senator Chukwuka Utazi, Hon. Simon Chukwuemeka Atigwe, Hon. Ethel Oyibo Ugwuanyi and Hon. Innocent Ugwu (Okogba) for Enugu North Senatorial district, Igbo-Eze North/Udenu Federal Constituency, Igbo-Eze North Constituency 1 and Igbo-Eze North Constituency 2 respectively.
In a statement yesterday, Chairman of the group, Mr. Charles Idoko, commended the governor for running an all-inclusive government.He said he has done exceedingly well and deserves to be re-elected to ensure the completion of his ongoing projects.
They equally lauded the governor for improving the internally generated revenue portfolio of the state, adding “Enugu State was rated the “third in the country after Lagos and Rivers State.” The group however, urged the governor to continue to sustain the good works in the state.
Commissioner for Lands and Urban development, Hon. Solomon Onah, who represented the governor assured that the re-election bid of the governor is in the best interest of Enugu people at home and in the diaspora.
He further charged them to return home during the electioneering period with their Permanent Voters Card (PVCs) to ensure that credible, people-oriented candidates of their choice are elected into various positions.Chairman of the PDP in Enugu North Zone, Hon. Nze Michael Onyeze, also commended the group for their belief in PDP and the Ugwuanyi-led administration, promising that the party will not disappoint them.
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