…Lauds Ezewuzie as blessing to his people
PEOPLE of Okpo Village, Ekwulobia, Aguata Local Government Area, Anambra State were enveloped with happiness as the Special Adviser to Governor Obiano on Disability Matters, Chuks Ezewuzie, donated cows and monetary gifts in fulfilment of his election promise to the people of his area.
Speaking during the event which was held recently at Ezewuzie’s home town, Okpo, Ezewuzie said: “We are here to say thank you to the people. We thank them because they stood by us in our famous 21/21 victory in 2017 and this period, they stood by us again.”
Ezewuzie lauded Governor Willie Obiano for providing solid road network in the area which according to him, was a nightmare to the people of the area before its construction. He urged them to support the outgoing governor as well as support the incoming governor.
Speaking at the event, Chairman, Umuezenwa kindred in Okpo Village, Michael Ezeagu described Ezewuzie as a blessing to his people. We believe that APGA government will continue to do well if they are supported in moving the affairs of the state.
APGA Ward 1 Chairman in Okpo Village, Ekwulobia, Christopher Ezeigwe, thanked Ezewuzie for fulfilling the promise he made to the people.
He expressed joy that the government under Governor Willie Obiano had turned around persons with disabilities from being viewed as beggars to decisive members of the society and urged the incoming governor to uphold the legacies of the Willie Obiano government on the disability group and ensure that the foundations laid by the outgoing governor are solidified.
The elder brother to Ezewuzie, Mr. Francis Ezewuzie called on the new governor to repay the faith reposed on him by the people of the town by providing quality road networks for the people of the area, including link roads to the Ekwulobia General Hospital.
Also, Ezekwuonna Anthony, who is a Special Adviser to Governor Obiano on Community Liaison said people of the area had entered into covenant with APGA for future elections and stated that Soludo’s election would help to expand the development of the state.