Fri. Jul 12th, 2024

From TCNEWS

The Southeast Chairman of the All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA, Rev Augustine Ehiemere, has joined millions of Nigerians to congratulate Prof Charles Chukwuma Soludo, Anambra State Governor on his emergence as the most transparently running governor in Nigeria.

In a release made available to newsmen, Rev. Ehiemere also celebrated the governor on his election as the Vice Chairman Southern Governor’s Forum.

Pix: Prof. Chukwuma Soludo.

Rev. Ehiemere who described the honour recognition as a well as the award as well deserved, said the party was erupted with joy when the news filtered in.

He went further to applaud Prof. Charles Soludo, the best performer who according to him has within two years and few months as a governor has shown capacity in transforming Anambra state and in all sphere of life, which include: Road infrastructure, education, health care delivery, youth empowerment, job creation, agricultural revolution and as well as linking rural roads which has enhanced rural development.

Rev Augustine said that the people of Anambra are happy with him for providing to them the evidence of democracy,

“APGA family southeast, heartly celebrate our leader, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo. He is being celebrated today as visionary leader and a transformer of our time and these are the eloquent testimonies of why millions of Anambrans are requesting and asking him to return a second tenure to accomplish his vision of transforming Anambra”.

Rev Ehimere seized the opportunity to enjoin Nigerians and southeast states to embrace APGA, come 2027, as according to him, what Prof Charles Soludo is doing in Anambra arised from the rich manifesto of APGA.

He boasted that the transformation agenda which is evident in Anambra through Soludo would be seen in Nigeria generally.

He pointed out that the nation would get to it’s political destination, when the electorate vote APGA to power at the Central.

By NWAMARA

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