Governor Ihedioha’s victory at election tribunal, victory for Imolites: Onuoha

Posted by News Express | 25 September 2019 | 820 times

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•Imo business mogul, High Chief Michael Onuoha

Imo State business mogul, High Chief Michael Onuoha, has congratulated the State Governor, Rt. Hon Emeka Ihedioha, on his victory at the Election Petition Tribunal. He described the tribunal judgment that affirmed the governor’s election as victory for Imolites.

Onuoha, who congratulated Ihedioha in a statement, said that the victory will motivate the Governor to do more.

Hailing the development, Onuoha said: “With this victory, the Rebuild Imo agenda comes to fore; to rebuild therefore is to start all over again which explains the foundation of the ‘Rebuild Imo’ mantra of Governor Ihedioha, anchored on Good Governance; Job and wealth creation; Human capital development; and Integrated infrastructure development.

“The above scenario explains why it is critically important to carry all Imo people along to create amity which inevitably will guarantee a ready to act attitude of the people.

“The judgment of the tribunal has again put a judicial seal on the mandate freely given to the Governor by Imolites in the March 19th Governorship Election, the judgment is a clear pointer to the fact that all processes and procedures for genuine election were followed during the election.

“The judiciary has again proved itself strong in the protection of Democracy and the rule of law in Nigeria.

“I have never entertained any iota of doubt about today’s outcome because it was clear that Imolites voted overwhelming to elect the Governor.

“Governor Emeka Ihedioha is a man of the people and a peace-loving statesman, the decision of the tribunal will definitely go a long way to solidify the faith of the masses in the courts.

“He urged the Governor to take the affirmation of his election “as a reminder of the confidence of Imolites in his capacity to Rebuild Imo State towards its manifest destiny of greatness.”


Source: News Express

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