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PDP governorship aspirant promises to rebuild, restore dignity of Ebonyi

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THE governorship aspirant under the platform of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ebonyi State, Ezeh Emmanuel Ezeh has unveiled his manifesto amid jubilation from supporters while promising that  his administration would focus on recovering, rebuilding and  restoring the dignity of Ebonyians.

  Dr Ezeh thrilled his supporters to marching ovation in his Abakaliki campaign office during the event that took place on Saturday.

  Speaking during the occasion, Dr Ezeh pointed out that his administration, if given the mandate to be a chief servant in Ebonyi State, would be a people oriented government and added that under his administration, Ebonyi will raise and export professionals that would be of great advantage in solving global challenges.

  Ezeh said that repositioning of civil servants would not only strengthen the state work force but encourage productivity and result oriented service for the interest of the state.

  He further emphasised on the need to curb youth restiveness that is orchestrated by joblessness and added that he would bring wealth of experiences to engaging them on formal and informal education, entrepreneurship cum apprenticeship, even as they take advantage of technological innovations through partnership with advanced foreign nations.

  He stated that urban migration would be drastically reduced with new innovation in agriculture, and hinted that he would make the sector lucrative by developing chains of networks that would make farming sustainable even after his administration.

  He noted that his administration would consolidate on the monumental projects of the past leaders of the state including the Oferekpe Water Scheme, Margret Umahi International Market, the Nkalagu factory, among other opportunities already existing to create jobs for the teaming unemployed Ebonyians.

  Ezeh, who applauded Governor Umahi on his infrastructural prowess, added that rural road network would be given due attention to enable the people  access their villages as most communities are cut off from the urban.

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