The National Chairman of the Conference of Nigerian Political Parties (CNPP), Alhaji Balarabe Musa, has praised Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State over his massive roads construction and other critical infrastructure in the state.
He said that he was impressed with the governor’s achievements in less than two years in office.
The elder statesman and Second Republic Governor of Kaduna State made the commendation when he led a delegation of CNPP, which comprised mostly its new executives in the state, to the Government House, Enugu on a courtesy visit to Ugwuanyi.
Balarabe Musa said his experiences in the state in terms of what he described as ‘The wonderful things that are happening in Enugu State’ are part of what the CNPP would tell Nigerians about Governor Ugwuanyi.
“I was very surprised about what I saw in Enugu State. I saw good road networks in Nsukka and other parts of the state. I was very much impressed because all these were achieved in less than two years. I am sure that at the end of eight years, we will see more wonders of your administration”, he told the governor.
In his response, Ugwuanyi thanked the elder statesman for his kind words, describing him as, “A man of uncommon integrity and impeccable principles whose exemplary life is worthy of emulation by all Nigerians.”
Ugwuanyi noted that CNPP plays essential role in the political and socio-economic development of the country, adding that its part in shaping national discourse as well as offering reasonable piece of advice when necessary to the government in power, has helped in the development and implementation of sound policies and programmes for the benefit of Nigerians.
“As governor and servant of the people of Enugu State, I have always believed in the principle of constructive engagement and collaboration among all political groups and interests to ensure the attainment of the common goals and aspirations of the people.
“Indeed, immediately upon assumption of office, I declared my readiness to cooperate and partner with all political stakeholders and organisations in the state towards the fulfillment of our promises to build a peaceful and more prosperous Enugu State.
“I am glad to say, that the response we have so far received from concerned groups has been most positive and encouraging”, Ugwuanyi said.
The National Secretary of CNPP, Chief Willy Ezeugwu and other top officials of the organisation were part of the delegation.
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