2023: Umahi, Ikpeazu, Ugwuanyi will make Ndigbo proud in Senate- Ohanaeze

By Charles Onyekwere

The Apex lgbo socio-cultural Organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo worldwide has lauded the emergence of some south-east Governors as flag bearers of their senatorial districts for the 2023 elections.

The Chidi-Ibeh led Ohanaeze stated this in a release issued by the Secretary-General of the group, Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro in Abakaliki, Ebonyi State and made available to Journalists on Sunday.

The group stated that the time has come for Ndigbo to reward these candidates for their excellent accomplishments in their various states, as well as strong political leaders of the zone especially when the
south-east was schemed out of national politics.

The statement read in part “Umahi’s emergence as the APC flag bearer of Ebonyi South senatorial district after the rerun primaries on 31st July 2022, completes the circle of achievers who are the best to represent the south-east in 10th National Assembly.

“Governor Ikpeazu’s brilliance in economic policies and security initiatives makes Abia the safest state in the south-east and the economic hub Centre for Ndigbo. He has an Igbo mandate to represent Abia South senatorial district in the Senate.

“Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi remains the peacemaker with enormous legislative and executive proficiency to represent Enugu North senatorial district in the Senate, the trio are achievers and remain the best hands Ndigbo needs in the Senate come 2023.

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“This is the finest hour for those southeast senators who have served two or more tenures in the Senate, to voluntarily retire or be disgraced in the 2023 polls.

“Most of them have been sleeping in the senate, and most of them never judiciously use their constituency funds for the good of the people, rather than attracting projects they resorted to using their senatorial seats in insensitive and gluttonous schemes.

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