Abia 2023: Commendation, endorsement galore for Bishop Onuoha in Abia North, Central and South
…We need a fresh person with vision, Abia Students insist
As the year 2023 general election gradually set in, the Abia South students forum and youth for good governance have said that they need a fresh person with vision and fear of God to mount on the leadership of the State.
Reading out the proceedings of the Forum’s meeting held at Aba North L.G.A, of Abia State on the 12th of November, 2022 to newsmen in Umuahia, Comrade Emeka Chigbu who represented their leader, Engr. Chibuikem Ezzike therefore stated that they need the governorship candidate of African Democratic Congress, ADC Bishop Sunday Onuoha who has the fear of God to change Abia’s story.
The Forum’s leader who boasted that they have over 12 thousand members both indigenes and non-indigenes, said, “The major reason why this bulletin was ensured is to demonstrate our support to the parent body of our fellow students from Abia North and Central senatorial districts. We hereby stand to say in a loud voice that we are not in support of PDP zoning system to return power to Abia Central. We the youths and students always believe in the slogan of our forefathers, ‘Emenyere Nwa ogbuenye, emenyere nwa anosike’.
They encouraged all eligible Abians to cast their votes to Bishop Onuoha, who they described as “A man of God, who does not owe the state or anyone”
The Forum also passionately appealed to Bishop Onuoha to open a radio station in the industrial area, assuring that they are willing to donate a piece of land for the project.
Also speaking respectively, Miss Chidi Orji from Aba North L.G.A; Alozie Ifeanyi from Obingwa L.G.A; Kelechi Martins from Aba South L.G.A; and Isiguzoro Judith from Ukwa West L.G.A, decried the untold hardship faced by pensioners in Abia State and strongly believe that with Bishop Onuoha as the State governor that the pitiable story will change.
They said they have unanimously resolved to come out en masse to campaign and vote for the ADC guber candidate during the polling day.
Receiving the group, the ADC governorship candidate, Bishop Sunday Onuoha who was represented by his running mate, Mrs Glory Nwasimuo observed that the youths are are feeling the heat of bad governance and maladministration and tasked them to come out in their numbers and salvage the State with their Permanent Voter Cards.
Bishop Onuoha encouraged them to abhor all forms of election malpractices including vote buying and selling and work conscientiously as a people with bright future.