Ex-Governor, Nnamani Flags-Off Senatorial Campaign, Calls for Peaceful Elections

Jun 06, 2019 01 Comment

FORMER Governor of Enugu State, Dr. Chimaroke Nnamani at the weekend flagged off his Enugu-East Senatorial District campaign in Eha-Amufu in Isi-Uzo Local Government Area of Enugu State with a call on the electorate to eschew bitterness and rancour before, during and after the forthcoming general elections in the state.

Dr. Nnamani who is gunning for his second term at the Senate told his supporters at Eha-Amufu and Ikem that he was overwhelmed by their large turnout, stressing that it had further strengthened his spirit to do more good.

The founder of “Ebeano” lauded Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for giving him a second opportunity to serve the people, pointing out that not everybody has the chance to stage a comeback and be received overwhelmingly.

Responding, the Chairman of Isi-Uzo Local Government Area, Dr. Benjamin Edoga thanked Dr. Nnamani for rejoining the PDP to realise his senatorial ambition, noting that he would get massive support from his people.

“Enugu is a one-party state controlled by PDP right from the inception of the fourth republic in 1999. Our able governor, Rt. Honourable Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi is a God-fearing leader and like he always says, Enugu is in the hands of God and it will end in praise,” he added.

All the speakers at the event agreed that the return of Nnamani had boosted the fortunes of PDP in the state, noting that many political office holders beginning from local, state and federal level who are of Enugu State extraction were products of Ebeano.

It would be recalled that Nnamani who is known for his house-to-house campaign, last month took many residents of Enugu by surprise as he walked along some major streets and interacted with the people.


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