Accord Party Enugu State Chapter Pledges unalloyed support for Gov. Ugwuanyi Administration |Pure News Reporters

By: Raymond Ugwu…
4th March 2021

The state Executive council of accord party has pledged her unalloyed support for governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi administration, saying it is second to none in the entire federation.

The party leaders made this known at the end of a one-day state executive council meeting held at its Enugu state headquarters on Wednesday
The state Chairman of the party, Hon. Edwin Alor in an interview told our reporter that Gov. Ugwuanyi had done well and should remain focused while also avoiding detractors whom he described as political miscreants.

“He (Ugwuanyi) has done well especially in the earlier of massive rural development, security, timely payment of workers salaries, Youth Development and empowerment. for instance, the manner at which he handles security issues in the state has earned Enugu the most peaceful state in the country. Another special quality in the governor that we will not take for granted is the way he carries everybody along in the state not minding party affiliations, so we as a legitimate party in the country are solidly behind the governor.”

Mr. Alor commended the governor for his wisdom in introducing forest guard squared to secure the state forest from the rampaging Fulani herdsmen and for imposing curfew order on Oluku community to quell the crises that recently broke out in the community

” The governor is truly living out his promises on securing lives and properties of Enugu residents so we commend him for that. peace has returned in our forests and farms today and so our farmers can comfortably go to farm without fear of attacks. the governor made this possible through the introduction of forest guard initiative.”

The Party also used the opportunity to call on the governor to also shift his attention on maintaining the state’s urban roads and provision of portable water to residents.
The party further called on all and sundry to give maximum support to the governor in other to move the state forward.


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