Sunday, 8 January 2017

Aguleri Holds Her 177th Ovala

 
 BY EJIKE ABANA


Governor Willie Obiano continues to canvass support for his second term bid.

Speaking during the 177th Ovala Aguleri, at Ama Igwe, Aguleri, Anambra North Council Area, the Governor said that support for his government will make for a guaranteed future for people and residents in the state.

According to the Governor represented by his Deputy, Dr Nkem Okeke, the present administration had demonstrated enough sincerity of purpose to be accorded every support needed, expressing optimism that the much chanted support from people who believe in his administration, will be showcased during the forthcoming Gubernatorial elections in the State.

The Governor, further revealed that with the breakthroughs and foundation laid by his administration in all sectors, such as security, mechanized agriculture, industrial revolution, educational advancement, among others, the State is already on the path to greater heights, as anybody whose root is in Anambra can now raise up their head in pride anywhere in the world.

 
 

Describing Aguleri as his first constituency, Governor Obiano threw his weight behind the Traditional Ruler and his cabinet who already, are in the process of development, and stressed his unalloyed belief and support for the grassroot, being partners in progress in the ongoing repositioning of the State.

He called on people across board, to jettison partisanship and join the trend of a new lease of life already being felt across Communities in the State.

The Governor  had on arrival paid homage to the Traditional Ruler of Aguleri, Eze CN Idigo.

Apart from stakeholders and members of the component villages of the Community, their friends and well wishers, that attended the event, dignitaries, including the erstwhile Vice President of Nigeria, Dr Alex Ekwueme, Chief of Staff, Barrister Joe Asika, Commissioner for Road Infrastructure and Maintenance, Chief Lawrence Chinwuba, as well as a host of Traditional Rulers from Communities in the State, graced the occasion whose glamour was heightened by several cultural music dance performances.

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