November 11 Guber Polls: Party Stalwart Urges Electorate to Vote APC 

Chukwumerije Aja, Enugu.

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The 2023 off-cycle guber election day is here, and the Deputy National Chairman (South) of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief Emma Eneukwu, has made a compelling plea to residents of Imo, Bayelsa, and Kogi States, urging them to wield their democratic power and cast their votes in favour of the APC.

In an impassioned address sent to news reporters in Enugu, South-East Nigeria, on Saturday, Chief Eneukwu directed a special appeal to the citizens of Imo State.
He entreated Imo State citizens and residents to cast their votes for the incumbent Governor Hope Uzodimma, who is seeking a re-election, emphasizing the need for a continuation of the governor’s leadership.
Highlighting Governor Uzodimma’s unwavering commitment to progress and transformation, Chief Eneukwu said that “under Governor Uzodimma’s tenure, Imo State has experienced significant infrastructural development, improved healthcare, and educational reforms.” 
He further commended Governor Uzodimma’s dedication to job creation and economic empowerment, highlighting the strides made in attracting investments that have translated into tangible benefits for Imo State residents.
The deputy national chairman of the APC (South) urged voters to consider the governor’s track record and vote for the APC to ensure the sustainability of these positive changes.
Chief Emma Eneukwu also extended the call for support to Bayelsa and Kogi States. He emphasized the need for a change in Bayelsa State’s leadership, citing the challenges bedeviling the state and why Timipreye Sylvia of the APC should be allowed to save the state.
For Kogi State, Chief Eneukwu highlighted the exceptional qualities of the APC guber candidate, Usman Ododo, describing him as the best candidate to lead the state to greater heights.
Chief Emma Eneukwu underscored the critical role of voters in shaping the destinies of Imo, Bayelsa, and Kogi States.

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