Enugu Di N’Akachukwu Movement under Enugu North Senatorial District of Enugu State has unanimously endorsed Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi to take the mantle of leadership to the national assembly (senate) come 2023.
We have resolved to join hands with other people of the zone to ensure the governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi’s success in the 2023 national assembly (senatorial) elections.
Enugu di n’akachukwu movement comprises of leaders of thought, the academia, entrepreneurs, businessmen and women, and youths, with notable personalities, among others, gave the endorsement after assessing the achievements of the governor in the past five years and few months in office.
We commended Governor Ugwuanyi for the remarkable and exemplary way he has piloted the affairs of Enugu State and expressed gratitude to him for the infrastructural development in the state evidenced in numerous road constructions across the senatorial districts and deemed him fit to represent us at the national level.
The spokesperson said that the group expressed full satisfaction with the manner the governor has managed the resources of the state in the payment of salaries of civil servants including the 13th month’s of every year, as well, that of pensioners in the state.
The constituents lauded the governor for improving the internally generated revenue portfolio of the state, adding that Enugu State was rated the third in the country after Lagos and Rivers States.
We observed the peace and security of lives and prosperity being enjoyed in Enugu State as well as the governor’s leadership style and urged him to keep the good work going as that amounts to a u – turn (his) at the national level.
With these reasons we unanimously endorse His Excellency Rt. Hon. Dr, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi to come to our aide as a constituency come 2023 senatorial elections.
We resolved to join hands with our brothers and sisters within the constituency to ensure the success of His Excellency, Rt. Hon. Dr. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi in the 2023 national assembly elections (senate).
Mr. Ifeanyi Macanthony.
Mmaku Awgu LGA