NDDC: Ukwa West Stakeholders commend Tinubu Over Dimgba’s Appointment

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APC: Ukwa West Stakeholders commend Tinubu Over Dimgba NDDC appointment

Stakeholders of Ukwa West Chapter of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Abia State, have unanimously applauded the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, his excellency, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu for appointing Chief Eruba Dimgba the representative of Abia State on the Board of NDDC.

In a communique jointly signed by the Party’s State Assistant Secretary, LGA Party Chairman and 10 Ward Chairmen, the Stakeholders who could not contain their joy over the appointment of Eruba, further described the latter as a “humble son of Asa and a sincere party man.”

Speaking further, the leaders of the party explained that the said appointment had brought tremendous joy to the party in the area and the entire people of Ukwa in general.

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Describing the former Director of NDDC as a humble man, the party reassured the President of their belief in his administration.

The communiqué read in detail:

“We want to use this opportunity to thank Mr. President, His Excellency, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, for making the right choice by appointing Chief Hon. Eruba Dimgba as the representative of Abia State on the Board of NDOC.

“This is one of the appointments that has brought joy in the mind of the party and the people.

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Chief Eruba Dimgba is a humble Asa Son and sincere party man and a leader who believes in the party and the Government of the day, who also has affected life of people around him for the expansion of party in the LGA.

“We want to assure the President that we are happy for the appointment and that we sincerely believe in his leadership as the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.”

Highlight of the meeting was the adoption of Dimgba as the leader of Ukwa West LGA in a motion moved by Engr Uruakpa Sterling and seconded by the Elder Uju Nwarie.q love

Below is a copy of the communiqué:

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