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Ezeagu leaders hail Ugwuanyi’s leadership role in Enugu PDP primaries 

By Guardian Nigeria
13 July 2022   |   3:05 am
Stakeholders of Ezeagu Local Council, under the umbrella of Ezeagu Union, have expressed gratitude to Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State for the exceptional wisdom and political sagacity he exhibited in ensuring a peaceful and successful conduct of primary elections of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), particularly, in the council and the state in general.

Stakeholders of Ezeagu Local Council, under the umbrella of Ezeagu Union, have expressed gratitude to Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State for the exceptional wisdom and political sagacity he exhibited in ensuring a peaceful and successful conduct of primary elections of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), particularly, in the council and the state in general.

The Ezeagu leaders said they were pleased with the outcome of the party primaries, which saw the emergence of their sons, Dr. Festus Uzor and Chima Obieze, as the flag bearers of the PDP for Udi/Ezeagu Federal Constituency and Ezeagu Constituency respectively, in the 2023 general elections. 

They appreciated the governor for entrenching peace and good governance in the state in spite of numerous challenges confronting the country since he assumed office as governor.

Speaking when members of Ezeagu Union paid a thank-you visit to the governor at the Government House, Enugu, the Chairman of the group, Dennis Onyebuchi, said to the governor: “We want to thank you for your efforts in making the state peaceful, especially the one you did recently around the PDP where you are the South East leader and leader in the state.” 

The union chairman, who gave a historic background of the union and its ideology, asked the governor to “take our thank-you very seriously.”

Adding his voice, Prof. Chike Anibeze, who described Ugwuanyi as “a man with pragmatic eyes of picking up excellence,” said: “We are here on our own volition. We made up our minds to be here. We came because we want you to understand the unity that is embedded in us.”