Ugwuanyi has wiped away Enugu people’s tears, says PDP
The Enugu State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has hailed Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for “wiping tears from the faces of the people”.
The party’s State Chairman Augustine Nnamani spoke at Ikem and Nkwo Nike during the inauguration of newly elected PDP executives in Isi-Uzo and Enugu East local government areas.
The chairman said the governor’s developmental strides and peace initiatives had made it easy for the party to reposition.
Nnamani said Ugwuanyi had kept his campaign promises through massive road construction with drainages, new classroom blocks for public schools and other infrastructure, especially in the rural areas.
He said: “In Enugu, we don’t have a need for another party because the governor has put smiles on the faces of the people. We believe in what we see. Nobody will bring propaganda here because the government is doing well.”
The chairmen of the two local governments, Benjamin Edoga (Isi-Uzo) and Prince Cornelius Nnaji (Enugu East), hailed the governor for his development efforts.
They pledged their commitment for the administration’s Four-Point Agenda.
The council chairmen said they would continue to support and work for PDP’s progress and its administration, adding that the party had come to stay in the state.
Other dignitaries at the events included Speaker Edward Ubosi, other council chairmen, Commissioner for Local Government Affairs, Chijioke Edeoga; the Special Adviser to the Governor on Political Matters, Emeka Madu and PDP Exco members.