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Enugu LG Elections: Gov. Ugwuanyi takes PDP campaign to markets

The Peoples Democratic Celebration (PDP) in Enugu State, on Thursday, continued its marketing campaign forward of the February 23, 2022 Native Authorities Elections within the State, as Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi led the PDP marketing campaign practice to Eke-Otu Market in Amechi Awkunanaw, Enugu South Native Authorities Space and Eke Agbani Market in Nkanu West LGA to canvass votes for the social gathering.

Gov. Ugwuanyi, who made a short visit Amodu Awkunanaw in Nkanu West LGA to examine the erosion management venture newly executed by his administration, for security of motorists and street customers, proceeded to Nkanu East and Nkanu West LGAs with the PDP practice for the LG campaigns.

Whereas at Eke-Otu Market, Gov. Ugwuanyi recognized with the jubilant merchants and their clients and passionately canvassed votes for Chairmanship and Councillorship candidates of the PDP, urging them to return out en masse on February 23, 2022 to vote for the PDP (Umbrella).

The Governor did the identical at Eke Agbani Market earlier than continuing to Amagunze, the headquarters of Nkanu East LGA for the Celebration’s LG marketing campaign rally.

Acquired by the Senator representing Enugu East Senatorial District and former Governor of Enugu State, Senator Dr. Chimaroke Nnamani, the member representing Enugu East/Isi-Uzo Federal Constituency, Hon. Prince Cornelius Nnaji, the Chairman of Nkanu East LGA, Engr. Abel Uchenna Nwobodo, amongst different Celebration stakeholders, Gov. Ugwuanyi additionally urged the folks of the world to vote massively for the PDP within the forthcoming LG elections by casting their votes the place the emblem of umbrella is within the poll paper.

The Governor assured the people who the chairmanship candidate of the Celebration, Hon. Sydney Okey Udeh and his deputy, Hon. Ndubuisi Agbo will serve them with the worry of God.

He thanked the folks for accepting to assist and vote the PDP within the coming elections.

Earlier, Nkanu East stakeholders together with the Senator Nnamani applauded Gov. Ugwuanyi for his growth strides, the peace he has dropped at the state in addition to his empowerment programmes which have benefited their folks in so some ways, reassuring the governor that they’re solidly behind him and all his choices in respect of 2023 normal elections.

At Nkanu West LGA marketing campaign, the story took a distinct dimension as feelings ensued when Sen. Nnamani recalled his ordeals after he left workplace as Governor of Enugu State 15 years in the past and the way Gov. Ugwuanyi, who’s from one other Senatorial District, introduced him again to political limelight and ensured that he returned to the Senate.

“The mandate given to me is why I’m right here as a result of a few years in the past I got here to marketing campaign right here I didn’t know that it’s going to take 15 years for me to be right here once more.

“The lesson is that ‘Nwanne di na mba’. No person is aware of the place succour will come from. Within the midst of dryness no person is aware of the place water will come from. Within the midst of drought no person is aware of when rain will come. When challenges turn out to be overwhelming no person is aware of the place assistance will come.

“For me if each door closed, you search for key, it’s misplaced and in addition darkness is in every single place, no person is aware of who will deliver the sunshine and discover the important thing to open the door.

“It’s Ifeanyi Nwa Ugwuanyi, Udulekenyi 1 of Orba that introduced the sunshine, the important thing and opened the door.

“He (Ugwuanyi) is just not from Nkanu, he’s from Udenu. Nwanne Di na mba”, Senator Nnamani stated.

One of many highlights of the rally was the presentation of PDP flags to the Councillorship candidates of the social gathering by the State Chairman of PDP, Hon. Augustine Nnamani. Supply: DailyPost

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