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Tinubu lauds Umahi for projects in  Ebonyi

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Tinubu lauds Umahi for projects in  Ebonyi

Ahead of 2023 general elections, The All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Ahmed Bola Tinubu has lauded Governor Umahi for his vision in building future leaders, while describing him as an accomplished leader.

Tinubu said this on Tuesday, during his campaign visit to Ebonyi State to commission some of Governor Umahi’s projects in the state.

While commissioning Umahi’s project, the APC presidential flag bearer, described his experience so far in Ebonyi State as a story of joy, progress and development.

He, therefore, pledged his full support for the APC governorship candidate in the state, Francis OgbonnaNwifuru, and called on all Ebonyians to employ their renowned courage and determination to support  Nwifuru and other APC candidates to victory in the coming elections.

“Given the circumstances of our time, a leader who has built other leaders is an accomplished leader.

We thank him and we are going to continue to enjoy him.ForEbonyi, we have somebody who is getting ready to take over, and we are with you. We will cooperate with you.It is a joy to be here to witness progress and development. This is what is important.

“I know Ebonyians for their determination, courage and independent mind to do things, and I have seen some signs since we started coming. May God bless you.”

On his part, Governor David Umahi explained that the road was part of the master plan of his administration to construct quality dual carriage road with solar streetlight around the new Government House.

He told the APC presidential candidate that the projects he had seen in the state were just a tip of the iceberg.

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“If you come for commissioning in Ebonyi State, you can commission every day for 30 days and you won’t exhaust the projects.

So, we are not very keen on commissioning.We are just keen on finishing projects and deploying them for use,” Umahi stated.

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