Mben Political Assembly, MPA, the foremost political think tank for the Ohafia clan, felicitates with the Abia State Governor Okezie Ikpeazu, Ph.D and the people of Abia State on the affirmation of his electoral victory by the Supreme Court of Nigeria, stating that it is a sign that God has a mandate for him to give his best to Abia State.
The body in a statement issued in Umuahia by its President, Dr. Eme Uche Onuh and signed by the Director of Media, Chief Emele Onu reminded the governor that only God can uphold a leader, so, he should see his victory as divine intervention for the continuation of the service to the over three million people of Abia State, spread across 17 local governments
Dr. Onuh also made a passionate appeal to all political actors to close ranks and as a matter of patriotic responsibility, shed their political differences and lend a helping hand to the building of our dear state.
The President, Dr. Onuh went further to say: ‘The task of developing Abia is not for one political party or individual responsibility, but a collective effort that all and sundry must come together to achieve and therefore we appeal to Abians to support the present government to achieve the desired goals for the good of the State.’
Having noted the government’s commitments to support agriculture, groom entrepreneurs and develop the Enyimba Economic City, the Mben Political Assembly, MPA believes the electoral victory will give the governor ample time to make good his plans in those sectors. The group also said that they will continue to support every effort geared towards achieving good governance and even development of Abia State.
Finally, the statement also recalled that Governor Okezie Ikpeazu’s first tenure was fraught with litigation until March 2018 and recently, but following the apex court judgement the group is confident that the next three years of the governor’s administration will bring democratic dividends to our dear state, while encouraging him to keep the Abia flag flying.
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