Imo people have been asked to imbibe the principles of peace and fairness as enunciated in the State Charter of Equity in order to ensure enduring political growth.

The Special Adviser to the Governor on Imo Orientation Agency,Chief Dr. Fidel Onyeneke, made the appeal in Owerri on Monday while addressing newsmen.

Chief Onyeneke said that adherence to the Charter would minimize bickering, mudslinging, and other violent activities during the gubernatorial elections.

He revealed that appropriate machinery had been put in motion to educate and enlighten the Imo electorate on the provisions and the
numerous advantages of the Charter of Equity towards the socio-political enhancement of the state.

According to Chief Onyeneke, public advocacy and engagement will be used to enable the populace to assimilate the full contents of the Charter in the various communities.

The Special Adviser commended Imo Elders and Leaders for playing a prominent role in the adoption of the Charter as a deliberate effort to further enhance unity,oneness, brotherliness, and progress.

Chief Onyeneke urged the electorate to support the re-election of Governor Hope Uzodinma on November 11 so that he would hand over to Owerri Zone in accordance with the provisions of the Charter.

Chief Onyeneke stressed that Imo would enjoy greater political emancipation if the Charter of Equity was replicated at the zonal and local government levels.

The Special Adviser admonished the Imo people to remain their brothers keepers and shun all acts that could lead to a breach of peace during this election period.


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