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AGA Wants Support For Governor Ugwuanyi

The people of Nsukka cultural zone have been urged to support Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi’s choice of successor for the 2023 Governorship candidate in Enugu State.

The Chairman, Adada General Assembly (AGA), Hon. Ogbonna Lazarus made the appeal recently at Adada Hall, Nsukka Local Government Area of the state, during a press conference.

He said the appeal has become necessary because of the “ingenuity of His Excellency, Rt. Hon. lfeanyi Lawrence Ugwuanyi, who is raising the bar of governments and political leaders in Nigeria and beyond”.

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Hon. Ogbonna noted that the members of AGA were miffed by the fact that there was a plot to make the Isi-Uzo people to be nobody, saying that Governor Ugwuanyi should give them an identity.

He further said that there should be equity, justice and fairness, adding that Isi-Uzo has been criminally marginalized, stressing that the Governor should help them and that the AGA members were appealing to “Ndi Enugu” to help Governor Ugwuanyi to get the right succ essor, even though we know that “our Governor is a silent achiever”.

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Lazarus Ogbonna noted that when the Governor leads the way, we all would follow and that the members were praising him for maintaining peace in the State.

He, however, revealed that AGA members have been empowering widows Local Government Area by Local Government Area.

Members of AGA present, who also spoke in support of the Chairman during the conference include Hon. Cosmo Agbo, Barr. Ogbuja Ogbu, secretary of AGA, Ike Okenyi, Chairman, Nsukka Correspondends Chapel, Nigeria Union of Journalists and Deputy Director, Media and Publicity, AGA, among others.

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