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Labour Party Government to open up rural communities in Isi Uzo-Edeoga

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By Chibuike Nwabuko

Abuja (Sundiata Post) – The Labour Party Government will open up rural communities in IsI Local Government with road infrastructure if voted into power in Enugu State in the forthcoming general elections in 2023.

The party’s governorship candidate in the state, Barrister Chijoke Edeoga who stated this on Wednesday during his continued wards’ tours of the local government in Ikem ward one also promised the people that making potable water a priority for rural areas was on his agenda to curtail the effect of water born diseases in Enugu.

He assured the teeming crowds that received him that a new Enugu State anchored on justice and equity was possible urging the people to make sure that the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) was voted out in the 2023 elections.

Edeoga stressed that his desire to vie for the governorship of Enugu State was born out of the need to give the people of Enugu the right governance they had been desiring to see for the past twenty-three years of the PDP’s maladministration in the state.

He promised to run an inclusive government that would give every party of the state a sense of belonging adding that parts of the state would feel the positive impact of his administration if voted into power.

Also speaking at the occasion, a leading member of the party in Isi Uzo Local Government, Chief Emmanuel Odo assured the Labour Party candidate that the people were solidly behind him and would vote overwhelmingly for him in the forthcoming election.

He told him that there were those still in PDP but their bodies and souls were already with the Labour Party assuring the Labour Party candidate that the results would prove him right come March, 2023.

Sundiata Post recalls that labour party governorship campaign train continues today with visits to Mbu wards in the local government.

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