The chairman of the south-east governors’ discussion board and governor of Ebonyi State, David Umahi on the weekend endorsed Mr. George Moghalu to be the gubernatorial candidate of the All Progressive Congress, APC, within the forthcoming governorship election going down in Anambra state.
Recall that the Anambra gubernatorial election is scheduled to carry in November 2021.
Umahi made this identified whereas addressing supporters of Moghalu who paid him a session go to at his Uburu Nation residence.
Umahi who described Moghalu as a saleable commodity expressed hope that the All Progressives Congress APC would clinch victory within the November ballot.
Based on him: “I commend him a lot for the nice work he’s doing for Nigeria and our folks and he’s an excellent materials that may give different events a run for his or her cash, I’m very hopeful that with folks like this we (APC) will take over Anambra State” he stated.
He promised to present the aspirant ethical assist and clever counsel to allow him to attain his goal.
Earlier in a comment, Mr. Moghalu recommended Governor David Umahi for the huge transformation ongoing in Ebonyi State including that the Governor signifies efficiency in all sense of fine governance.
“I’m very happy with Dave Umahi and what he has accomplished for Ebonyi State, South East and the Nation, the one method so that you can describe Umahi’s efficiency is so that you can go and see and that’s what management is all about, so am very happy with him, we’re assured that the Anambra State folks will belief the APC and permit us to serve. It’s the folks first, how one can influence on the lives of individuals of Anambra and Igbo nation is my precedence” he stated.
The governorship aspirant, nevertheless, thanked Governor Umahi for the open endorsement of his candidature and expressed hope that the nice works of the APC-led Authorities on the centre would give him and the get together victory within the Gubernatorial election.
Anambra polls: Southeast gov’s chairman, Umahi backs Moghalu as APC gubernatorial candidate