Eze declares, mobilises support for Umahi

Mr. Michael Eze O. Eze has declared his intention to contest the Afikpo North/East State Constituency office in the Ebonyi State House of Assembly, vowing to use the opportunity to deliver democracy dividends to the people of the area. Umahi Eze in a message to constituents said his declaration for the office was in his bid to contribute to what he described as the good works being done by Governor Dave Umahi and other associates of the governor. He said: “I solicit for your immense support and vote come 2019 to become your next representative in the Ebonyi State House of Assembly so as to serve you better by utilizing the limited resources for the economic development of our constituency and delivering good dividends of democracy in all ramifications.” He reiterated the need for collective effort to sustain the good works of the current administration led by Governor Dave Umahi and the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, in the state. He urged the people of the constituency, especially those that came back for the August Annual General Meeting to collect their Permanent Voters Card, PVC,
and those yet to register to utilize the few days left to register and become eligible to vote. He further pleaded with the people to support his ambition and that of the state Governor to ensure continuation of good governance in the constituency and the state at large. He also condemned in its entirety the activities of those who recently decamped from PDP in Ebonyi State saying they were driven by selfishness rather than the overall well-being of the people of the Ebonyi State.

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