AN EBONYI man, Christian Uche Obasi has gifted Governor David Nweze Umahi 12 cows to appreciate him for changing the narratives of Ebonyi State.
Mr. Christian holds Masters of Science in Peace and Conflict Resolution and is a successful businessman from Ebonyi State.
He visited Ebonyi State a couple of days ago just to behold the massive transformation in the state which is beyond what he ever imagined and he is appreciating Governor David Umahi, for his effort in changing the narrative of the state.
In a chit-chat with him, he said:” I am not into politics, I do my business and I am grateful to God for where he has brought me.”
“I just need to express my gratitude to Governor Umahi for giving Ebonyians in other states/countries the face to identify where we are coming from. It has never been like this, we have never had it so good.”
“I was returning from Calabar after some years now and I missed my way when I got to Spera Indio, the place is no longer a description that words can easily be used for, you can say that it is a paradise of its own.”
“My gifting our elder brother, Governor Umahi 12 cows is to urge him to continue in the direction he is going and that we are supporting him all round the clock. Umahi is a rare gem that should be celebrated by all. He is a rare breed and anybody that is truthful with himself should be able to speak up and let the world know that we have got a leader in Ebonyi.
“I am equally happy for his switch to the ruling All Progressive Congress, with the way his former party is going today, it tells that he is a man who saw tomorrow as all his statements have been confirmed.
“In sincerity, what I wish is that he will continue to remain in public office where he will keep impacting on the masses and transforming the world. Give him this country and he will run it comfortably and everyone will breathe fresh air.”
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