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Uzodimma's Achievements Will Boost Chances of Second Term_Uzoka.

The Honourable Minister for Industry Trade and Investment Dr Doris Uzoka has expressed confidence that Governor Hope Uzodinma’s achievements in his first tenure will pave the way for his victory in the forthcoming governorship election in the State.

She also maintained that his victory would guarantee the consolidation of his projects in his second term.

The Honourable Minister who disclosed this in her Federal Ministry of Industry Trade and Investment Abuja office, after the inauguration of the Campaign Council in the State  by the National Working Committee (NWC) of the party at the weekend also described the governor’s aspiration as a vision that would be actualised.

She  also maintained that Uzodinma’s choice of Lady Chinyere Ekomaru as his running mate is an added advantage to his already agenda of women’s affirmative action and inclusion in politics.

The Trade Minister vowed to make sure Uzodinma wins in the November, 11 election.

She said, “APC has set the pace, sound administrative expertise and people-oriented policies/programs, from the Federal Government to the States down to the LGAs, APC is a mass movement, Governor Hope Uzodinma did not disappoint in his first four years, the second tenure is for consolidation”.

“Re-electing him for another four years should be a collective responsibility of all and sundry, irrespective of party differences.

“Governor Hope Uzodinma has an edge his opponents do not have. He is the People’s Governor, and has the People’s mandate,” Uzoka stated.

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