Ikwo Council Chairman To Strengthen Partnership With IDU

The Chairman of Ikwo Local Government Council, Mr. Sunday Nwankwo has given the leadership of Ikwo Development Union, IDU, a pat on the back for the new structure of development and peace building proposed for Ikwo, which seeks partnership and collaboration with the Council.

Mr. Nwankwo made this known during a courtesy visit on him by the leadership of Ikwo Development Union, IDU, at Onuebonyi Echara, the headquarters of Ikwo Local Government Area.

The Council Chairman while identifying partnership with IDU as a critical success factor in the development of the Area, pointed out that without the Development Union working hand in hand with the Council, the peaceful atmosphere achieved so far, wouldn't have been possible.

According to Mr. Nwankwo, once there is synergy between the Council and IDU, the yearnings and aspirations of people of Ikwo will be actualized and therefore reassured of his firm resolve to support all their programmes geared towards entrenching peace, harmony and development in the area.

The Council Chairman acknowledged with thanks  the maturity and diligence exhibited by the Union in the course of discharging their duty and urged them to sustain the feat for the overall development of Ikwo.

Earlier, the National President, Ikwo Development Union, Dr. Sam Nte Egwu, explained that the Union's approach to peace of Ikwo requires partnership with the Council Chairman to guide the development process and work in synergy to achieve the desired results for the people.

Dr Egwu while chronicling the journey of the Union so far, said they are resolute to play their fatherly role in championing the advancement and growth of Ikwo and thanked Mr. Nwankwo for swinging into action immediately after his Inauguration to deliver the "Legacy Mantra of his administration.

The Leader of Ikwo Legislative Council, Mr. Stephen Nwukwu expressed hope that the visit would strengthen the existing relationship between the Council and IDU.

© Samuel Nwanchor

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