Council Boss Eulogizes Gov Nwifuru for Honouring Umahi At 60

The Chairman of Ohaozara local government area of Ebonyi State , Hon. Ajah Consider Chinonso  has commended the governor of the state, Rt  Hon. Francis Nwifuru for the grand reception of the Deputy Majority Leader of the Senate and immediate past governor of the state, Engr. David Nweze Umahi on his 60th birthday.

He noted that the reception of the former Governor who is now a ministerial nominee was an indication that he is truly loved by the state.

Aja who disclosed this to journalists in Abakaliki promised continues support to the administration of Governor Nwifuru.

He said that as a youth, Gov.Nwifuru is teaching the young generation how to pay respect to those that do good to them. 

The chairman however, commended the choice of the Senator as a Minister of the Federal Republic and expressed the hope that the former governor will replicate what he did in Ebonyi at the federal level, describing him as an experienced and outstanding leader.

He further commended the state Governor, Rt. Hon. Francis Nwifuru for his decision to construct a road that leads to the residence of late Senator Anyim Ude, one of the founding fathers of the state and veteran Journalist.

He also commended the Governor for the support he gave to late Ude family and that of the Presbyterian church  Iyioji, Akaeze, Ivo local government area of the state  where the late Ude worshipped  until his death.

The governor also announced N15million cash to put the interior building of the church in order as part of his decision to honour the late Senator Anyim Ude.

The Chairman of Ohaozara local government area, Hon. Ajah Consider  who described the governor's actions as commendable, said he has given the late Ude family a sense of belonging.

He opined that since he assumed the leadership of Ebonyi State, governor Nwifuru has touched lives and continue to do so and further described the governor as a divine mandate governor who has the people at heart at all times.

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