2023: Ugwuanyi wants peace in Enugu as parting gift
Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi says his utmost desire was for all communities in the state to continue to live in peace and harmony for steady progress and development of Enugu.
According to Mr Ugwuanyi, continuous peace is the biggest gift he needs from the people of Enugu.
The governor disclosed this when the people of the Mgbowo community in Awgu local government visited him at the Government House to appreciate his good works and peaceful disposition.
The community also appreciated his considerable concern for their well-being and concerted efforts in addressing myriads of their socio-economic challenges.
The people of Mgbowo, led by the commissioner for science and technology, Obi Kama, were also at the Government House to declare their support for the Ugwuanyi-led Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leadership in Enugu.
They pledged to support the party’s governorship candidate in the 2023 general elections, Peter Mbah, his running mate, Ifeanyi Ossai and others fielded by the party.
Thanking them for their solidarity and support for his administration, the PDP governorship candidate and other party candidates, Mr Ugwuanyi, the candidate of the party for Enugu North senatorial district, urged them to hold on tightly to their belief in the party.
He assured them that Messrs Mbah and Ossai would build on his administration’s foundation, anchored on peace and good governance.
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