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Enugu Guber Hopeful, Peter Mbah, attends PDP LG meeting; appreciates support to Ugwuanyi


Enugu Guber Hopeful, Peter Mbah, attends PDP LG meeting; appreciates support to Ugwuanyi

...Makes donations to the party 


Chetanne Chinelo, Enugu

One of those described as a frontline candidate for Enugu’s top seat in 2023, Barr. Peter Mbah, was in attendance at his local government, Nkanu East’s PDP monthly meeting on Saturday, March 12, 2022.

Barr. Peter Mbah acknowledging cheers from party faithfuls

The PDP meeting, which was also the first since the swearing in of the newly elected Local Council Chairmen on March 3, 2022, by Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State, witnessed a remarkable attendance, especially with Peter Mbah’s presence.


The joy, jubilation and happiness was without bound. Addressing party stakeholders, faithfuls and stalwarts, Peter appreciated the sacrifices, resilience and steadfastness of the people to the course of PDP and support for His Excellency, Rt. Hon. Dr. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, whose leadership he described as sterling. He eulogised the Governor’s performance which he said remains unrivalled in the country, especially in Peace, Security, Citizen’s welfare, Youth empowerment and Rural infrastructural development. He solicited for prayers for the Governor, noting that the Governor is the instrument God will use to bequeath to Ndi Enugu another leader of same humility and humane posture.

He went ahead to urge the people never to lose faith in the PDP and our Governor as the 2023 politicking season commences.


“I plead for unity of purpose, constant supplication to God almighty, consistency in reaching out to Ndi Enugu, and diplomacy in discussion among ourselves for us to achieve our dream of occupying Lion Building come 2023.”

In addition to the monthly ritual of 200,000 naira, he donated another 1 million naira to appreciate the support and sacrifices of the people in the last LG elections, while saying that their support has and will never be taken for granted.


Other stakeholders in attendance were the newly elected Executive Chairman of Nkanu East, Hon. Sydney Okechukwu Edeh, his deputy, member representing Nkanu East in the state house of assembly, Paul Nnajiofor.


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