Imo NAWOJ Congratulates Uzodimma On His Victory At Guber Election Tribunal

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The reelected Chairman of the Imo State chapter of the Nigerian Association of Women Journalists, NAWOJ, Dr. Dorothy Nnaji, has congratulated the Governor of Imo State, His Excellency, Sen. Hope Uzodimma, Onwa Oyoko, on his victory at the gubernatorial elections tribunal, following the petitions of Sen. Athan Achonu of the Labour Party and Sen. Samuel Anyanwu, Samdaddy, of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, instituted after the November 11 elections.

Dr. Nnaji described the victory as an affirmation of the yearning of Imo people who came out en masse to cast their votes for the man who has shown capacity in the governance of Imo State. 

In her words, “Sen. Hope Uzodimma was overwhelmingly voted for by the people across the 27 LGAs of Imo State, and therefore the attempt to challenge his victory is an attempt to distract him and to challenge the mandate freely given him by the Imo people.”. 

The Amazon of journalism reiterated that the quality roads and infrastructure the governor has done, the introduction of a free bus scheme for civil servants, the double promotion of civil servants that has been effected, the only promotion since over 10 years, and the sense of commitment of the governor to the governance that has seen the state transform under his administration, attest to the reasons why Imolites unanimously voted for him across the length and breadth of the state.

She urged the governor to be magnanimous in victory so as to continue his good works meant to serve Ndi Imo and not be distracted by the distraction caused by a few.

She urged all Imolites to join hands to support the shared prosperity government in order to ensure the positive development and wellbeing of Imo State and her citizens.

Dr. Dorothy Nnaji used the opportunity to also thank the governor, Dist. Sen. Hope Uzodimma, for supporting journalists, and particularly NAWOJ IMO State, in their various programmes, and prayed to God to continue to guide and bless him as he leads Imo through his second tenure in Douglas House.

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