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Fr Mbaka supports Ugwuanyi’s second tenure bid

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By Maureen Ikpeama

 

Reverend father  Ejike  Mbaka,, the Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry Enugu Nigeria (AMEN), has commended the Governor of Enugu State,   Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for his people -oriented leadership style and threw his support for the governor ‘s second term bid.

 

The spiritual director who described Governor Ugwuanyi as “a good, kindhearted, humble, peace-loving and God-fearing leader, who has judiciously managed the lean resources of the state for the benefit of the people, the best governor so far in Enugu State “, declared that there is no vacancy in the Enugu State Government House come  2019.

 

He spoke at the Adoration Ministry’s prayer ground, Emene, Enugu during the thanksgiving mass organized  for Governor Ugwuanyi s recent victory at the Supreme Court.

He thanked God for giving the people of the state such an outstanding leader, saying, that Governor  Ugwuanyi is prayer answered. Father Mbaka  also thanked the people of Enugu State  for their support and prayers for the governor, especially during the protracted legal battle .He commended the governor for improving the security in the State.

 

In his response, Governor  Ugwuanyi thanked the Adoration  Ministry for its support and unceasing prayers for the success of his administration. He stressed that his victory at the Supreme Court was made possible through the grace of God. He disclosed  that the Adoration Ministry was his first port of call in search of God’s grace .

 

In his words, “today, I return to this place, once again to thank our dear able God, who in His Mercies has given us victory at the Supreme Court.”

He committed  the forthcoming 2019 general election into the hands of God and expressed optimism that God  will surely grant him victory again, as “He did for us in 2015”.

 

The governor  re-assured the people of Enugu State that he will continue to work for the people of the  state with the fear of God and urged his opponents at the 2015 governorship election to join hands.

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