OKOWA IS OUR BRAND – Nnamdi Ezechi

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An interactive meeting of leaders of Ndokwa East PDP ward 4, comprising of Okpai, Beneku and Utchi, has ended in Beneku with a call on party faithful to propagate the giant strides of the State Governor, Senator Dr Ifeanyi Okowa.

Executive Assistant to the Governor on Youth Development, Honourable Nnamdi Ezechi, who made the call shortly after the meeting, described Okowa as the brand of the great party PDP, not only in the state, but also in the country.

Ezechi noted that the Governor had consistently been referenced as one of the pillars of PDP in the country because of his contributions to the growth of the party, adding that he had performed all the roles assigned to him by the party with diligence, leaving the party stronger for it.

The EA applauded Okowa’s leadership qualities, which had culminated in the massive delivery of infrastructural projects and robust human capital development across the state, stressing that the Governor was determined to actualize his Stronger Delta vision.

He commended the ward 4 executive and leaders for their commitment to strengthening the party in the ward and urged them not to relent, but work harder to sink opposition in the ward.

Ezechi reminded the people of the ward of the ongoing voter registration and urged them to participate in the exercise to be able to vote for candidates of the party in the 2023 elections.

The ward Chairman, Bernard Ibuka, thanked party leaders and faithful for their support for the executive and assured them that they would continue to be carried along in the affairs of the ward.

Ibuaka specially thanked Hon Ezechi for his contributions to and support for the party and called on other leaders to join hands with him to make the party stronger in the area.

Other leaders who spoke were
Chief Igwe Nzekwe, Chief J. P. Otuya, Hon Bright Ezechi, Chief Gavin Ugbome, Comrade Eze Anyabinne, Chief Freeborn Azuka, Mrs Tina Onalugbum, Mrs Stella Anyabinne, Chief Nnamdi Chukwujekwe, Chief Emmanuel Kokonum, and Deacon Don Ekigwe, among others .

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