The Chairman of the All Progressives Congress in Ebonyi State, Chief Stanley Okoro Emegha, has hailed President Muhammadu Buhari and Governor David Umahi over what it described as the duo’s uncommon approach to governance, stressing that they had conscientiously achieved the dreams of the founding fathers.

Emegha noted that the celebration of this year’s Nigeria’s Independent anniversary came with great excitement because, according to him, the ruling APC has entrenched even development in all parts of the country.

Emegha stated this in Abakaliki, on Friday, in a statement he issued to mark the 62 independent anniversary of Nigeria and the creation of Ebonyi State, 26 years ago.

He further eulogized President Muhammadu Buhari and Governor David Umahi for promoting the spirit of oneness and hard work among the people.

“President Muhammadu Buhari led Government has to a very large extent tackled insecurity compared to the experience of Nigerians prior to 2015 when the insurgents were on the rampage in parts of the country including Federal Capital Territory Abuja bombing, maiming and killing innocent citizens on daily basis.

“In the transportation sector, a lot has also been done with so many roads fixed as well as the revitalisation of the railway lines in the country. There are other catalogues of achievement”.

“In Ebonyi, the stories of Governor Umahi’s giant strides abound hence there is no sphere of life you will not see his footprint. He is a silent achiever whose Factsheet covers security, infrastructure, agriculture, health, education, economy et cetera”.

“Above all, we are celebrating among other feats, our indivisibility as first, Ebonyi people and citizens of the giant of Africa – Nigeria. May I thank the people for their support to the present administration and also standing firmly with the change mantra at all levels of governance”.

“May God bless our leaders and all of us as we continue to see reasons to uphold our fraternity and abhor unconstitutional and immoral tendencies in our daily lives”.

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