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Stakeholders In Imo Supports Gov. Uzodimma For Second Term

The Imo State Stakeholders who assembled for the 7th Imo Stakeholders Meeting unanimously voiced their support for Governor Hope Uzodimma to run in the Imo Governorship Election in 2023.
This was decided upon at the 7th Stakeholders Meeting, which was held at Ndubuisi Kanu Square in Owerri, Imo State. Imo Stakeholders from various walks of life, including politicians, academics, members of the religious community, business and industry leaders, elders, and traditional leaders, as well as market traders, attended.

Chief Henry Njoku of the Owerri zone proposed the motion for adoption and based his idea on the historically significant accomplishments of Governor Uzodimma’s administration for shared prosperity.

The motion was seconded by Hon. Barr Ifeanyi Agwu (Former Ehime Mbano House of assembly member) was unanimously accepted.
His Excellency, Distinguished Senator Hope Uzodimma in a detailed address, took Ndi Imo through a journey of how his Shared Prosperity administration has delivered dividends of democracy in the past 3 years to Ndi Imo with numerous achievements as proof.
Stakeholders in their reactions commended the Governor for a job well done so far.

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Chief Engr. Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, one of the Stakeholders and statesman present, commended the Governor and openly announced that he is proud of the Governor’s leadership quality.
He said that the Governor has shown true leadership and accountability by giving an account of the Shared Prosperity administration, achievements of the Government, plans of the Government and his proactive move to maintain peace in Imo State.


The 7th Imo State Stakeholders meeting which was chaired by Chief Pascal Dozie CON advised Imolites not to play politics with the State irrespective of their creed and political leanings.


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