I will not Abandon Any Project – Chime AssureS Enugu peopleUncategorized Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013
Ignatius Okpara, Enugu
Enugu state Governor, Sullivan Chime has reiterated the determination of his administration to complete all projects initiated by it before the end of his tenure in 2015.
Chime spoke Tuesday during campaign rallies by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) at Uzo Uwani and Ezeagu Local Government Areas head of the November 2nd, local government elections in the State.
He stressed that the social contract between the government and the people of the state was being religiously implemented as evidenced by the level of infrastructural development that have been recorded at both the state and local government levels, adding that he will ensure that no project will be abandoned by his administration.
The Governor, expressed gratitude to the people of the state for keeping faith with the government and the ruling Peoples Democratic Party PDP since inception of his administration, adding that he can only pay them back with enduring and life-changing legacies.
Chime further praised the landmark achievements of the Chairmen of the Ezeagu and Uzo Uwani Councils whom he said, had brought a lot of positive changes to the social and economic lives of the people.
In his speech, the State Chairman of the PDP, Chief Vita Abba said the party had remained popular, strong and united in the state to the sterling performances of Governor Chime which he said also accounted for the absence of any credible opposition.
He thanked indigenes of the local governments and party stakeholders for the confidence they reposed in the two Chairmen adding that facts on the ground showed that the Council bosses did not disappoint them.
Chief Abba urged the party faithful in the local government areas to continue to reconcile differences with dialogue and consultation, which he said were cherished values of the party in Enugu State.
In their separate speeches the Chairmen of Ezeagu and Uzouwani LGAs, Chief Emeka Ozoagu and Cornel Onwubuya thanked the Governor for the free hand he had given the local governments in the state to run their affairs, stressing that this had enabled them to bring unprecedented developments to their respective areas.
They however, promised to continue to follow the good examples of prudence, transparency, fairness and accountability in the management of resources as laid down by the Governor.
Highlights of the rallies which were attended by thousands of enthusiastic party supporters and stakeholders, was the presentation of flags to the councillorship candidates of the parties in the two local government areas.
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