By Blessing Nnabuife
MEMBERS of Mbaukwu Union, United State of America (USA) has pledged to assist the present Anambra State Government in any reasonable capacity to redeem her campaign promises and deliver democracy dividends to ndi Anambra.
Disclosing this in a release signed by the chairman of the union, Frank Nwokoye and the secretary, Dr. Charles Izuakor, the union, while congratulating the Anambra State Deputy Governor, Dr. Onyekachukwu Ibezim, who is their Kinsman on his election and subsequent swearing as the deputy governor of the state stated: “ To say we are overwhelmed with profound glee would be an understatement. What appeared first as a mirage came to a resounding reality.
To some of us, the prospect of Mbaukwu producing a frontline commissioner in our lifetime seemed far -fetched , let alone a deputy governor. It is indeed an absolute handwork of God. Thus, we are still in a celebratory mood even to this day.
“First, we can neither think of a more deserving individual to occupy that position nor a more befitting town to produce a deputy governor at this time in the history of our great state. But we were not surprised when you were decorously nominated based on your accomplishments in many spheres of life, especially your last appointment as the special adviser to the previous governor.
We are therefore convinced beyond imagination that you, together with His Excellency, Prof. Charles Soludo, as the governor, will usher in a new level of total performance, absolute accountability and sound inclusive governance.
“From this end, we as the “umu-nne gi” in diaspora, our primary task at this juncture is to pray fervently for the success of your government, to assist in any reasonable capacity as you seek to redeem your campaign promises and aim to deliver the dividends of democracy”.
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