Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has spoken on the state under his watch as the Chief Executive in the last five years.
The Governor spoke on Saturday when he attended the monthly local government meeting of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in some council areas of the state.
During the unscheduled visits to indentify, appreciate, and inspire party members as well as his teeming supporters, Governor Ugwuanyi told the party faithfuls that their support was not being taken for granted.
Addressing party members at the meeting, which was the first since the outbreak of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), Governor Ugwuanyi appreciated God for His protection, mercy and kindness throughout the peak of the pandemic, stressing that “we have come here to thank God for our life and health”.
The governor, who maintained that the PDP in Enugu State under his watch is very strong, told the jubilant party faithful that “we are not taking your support for our party for granted”.
Governor Ugwuanyi urged PDP members in Enugu State to continue to keep faith with the party’s ideals, reiterating his administration’s commitment to sustain the tempo of peace, security and good governance in the state.
While expressing delight at the enthusiasm and happiness on the faces of large numbers of PDP faithful at the various Local Government Party offices he visited for the meeting, the governor thanked God for the existing peace and unity in the PDP family in the state, disclosing that his administration is devising a means to appreciate and recognize those who have not been recognized.
Receiving the governor, the enthusiastic party members reassured him of their total support and loyalty, commending his uncommon leadership qualities that have entrenched peace, security, good governance and participatory democracy in Enugu State.
Some of the Local Government Party offices he visited include Enugu South, Enugu North and Enugu East LGAs.
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