Nemo Dat Quod non Habet – One cannot give what he does not have…

Leadership is one core aspect of every society. It aids in enhancing the effects of governance on the governed. A good leader is a great peace with his people, which is demonstrated through adequate communication, proper service delivery in correspondence to the will, desires and needs of the people at large.

On that note, the APC LEADER of Ohafia, CHIEF DR CHIDIA MADUEKWE led the Ohafia LGA APC tact team successfully to the APC STATE CONGRESS today 16th October 2021 at Umuahia Township Stadium, School road, Umuahia Abia State.

The exercise was to enable the Party to carefully elect their leaders at the state level to take the party to greater heights of exploits and victory in the state.
Rev Daniel Imo, a frontline APC leader in Ohafia LGA and aspirant in the forthcoming general election, commended the leadership style of Dr Chidia and urged the party stewards, members and lovers of goodwill to key in and support the NFC boss as he works tirelessly to take the party to greater heights.

The leadership strategy and goodwill of High Chief Uche Ogboso, Etigwe Uwa SAN, Arc Anaga, Barr Okon, and many others in attendance were greatly appreciated as it expressed harmony which is a core vital aspect of Unity towards the actualization of great goals.

The APC chairman of Ohafia LGA Engr Prince Emma Nwosu, applauded the Party’s caucus leaders for puting up a good fight and harmonizing their decisions in one voice to ensure that OHAFIA LGA is well represented in the party at the state level. He commended the efforts of Rev Daniel Imo, Dr Ukpai Iro Ukpai, Chief Umeh Kalu SAN, Dr Chidia Maduekwe, Chief Kalu Ijiomah, Barr Emeka Kalu, Etigwe Uwa SAN, and so many others who played key roles to provide leadership and equip the party with the necessary arsenals for a victorious war.

Indeed, OHAFIANS are making great waves to ensure that VICTORY IS RETURNED HOME come 2023.

The political ideology remains “OHAFIA UDUMEZE FOR GOVERNOR 2023”

Okwara U. Ezema ✍🏼

By Amos Kalu

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