Governor Dave Umahi of Ebonyi State and his Imo State counterpart, Governor Hope Uzodinma, have lauded former Senate President, Senator Ken Nnamani for the growth of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the South-east.
They stated this when they paid a working visit to the South-east APC Secretariat in Enugu State.
The governors, who are themselves APC members, were at the secretariat to inspect the pace of work, which was due for commissioning two weekends ago, but was disrupted by the death of a leader of the party in Imo State, Hon Ahmed Gulak.
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The governors expressed happiness at the state of the art facilities installed at the secretariat, commending Nnamani’s leadership for his vision and dedication to ensuring that the APC became established in the South-east region.
Governor Hope Uzodinma said, “This visit is a working one. The facilities I have seen here are indeed befitting of a ruling party and a pointer of the South-east ‘s readiness to participate actively in the nation’s politics.
“I must commend you all for the success of this project, surely we must invite the world to commission this edifice.”
His Ebonyi counterpart, David Umahi said, “I pay glowing tributes to the project’s consultant, Princess Ada Ogbu and all that are associated with this project.”
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