Umahi’s emergence as Business Day Best Performing Governor in Nigeria well deserved — Ebonyi NUJ

Posted by Charles lwuoha, Enugu | 29 November 2019 | 497 times

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•Award winner Governor Umahi

The Ebonyi State Council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) has lauded the State Governor, Engr. David  Umahi, on his award as Best Performing Governor in Nigeria by Business Day Newspapers.

In a statement signed in Abakaliki by the chairman of the union, Comrade Tony Nwizi, Ebonyi State Council of NUJ noted that the award was very apt and well deserved owing to the fact that Umahi’s administration has brought uncommon transformation and leadership prowess since he assumed office.

The council therefore commended Governor Umahi for his track record, assuring that it “will continue to identify and contribute its quota on the realisation of the noble vision and agenda of the Umahi’s administration.”

The council expressed satisfaction that the award from a reputable media outfit like Business Day Newspapers is “an indication that the governor has performed admirably.”

Ebonyi NUJ also noted that the award is “an eloquent testimony that Governor Umahi has prudently managed the meager state resources for the infrastructural, capital and human development of the state.”

The council thanked the Governor for the cordial relationship between the union and his government, promising that NUJ in the state will continue to support and publicise all his policies and programmes for the overall interest of the state.

While urging Umahi “to consolidate on his achievements which have brought Ebonyi state to limelight and example to all”, Ebonyi NUJ appealed for the continued support and cooperation of the people to ensure that the present administration achieves its set goals and objectives.

The council therefore urged all her members to support the present government by reporting and projecting the policies and programs of the state.


Source: News Express

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