Abam youths hail Gov Ikpeazu, Ohuabunwa over Nkole’s appointment as special aide
By Steve Oko
The youths of Ovukwu Abam Autonomous Community in Arochukwu Local Government Area, have hailed Gov Okezie Ikpeazu for appointing one of their own, Engineer Isaac Nkole as one of his Senior Special Assistants.
They described Nkole’s appointment as well-deserved, and thanked the governor for the choice of Nkole who they said, had a lot of potentials to bring to table.
Abam Onyerubi Youth Leader, Mr.John Otum irouwa, who spoke on behalf of the youths further described Nkole as a thorough bred, resilient and uncompromising young politician and grass root mobilizer with large followership across the state.
He said Nkole’s appointment would further strengthen the cordial relationship between Abam youths and Gov Ikpeazu-led administration.
The youths also applauded Senator Mao Ohuabunwa who represented Abia North in the eight senate over his fatherly role in bringing Nkole to political limelight.
They described Ohuabunwa as a true leader whose relevance in the political development of the zone would always be sacrosanct.
Adding her voice, the Woman Leader of the community, Madam Mary Kalu Udo Okpi, applauded Ikpeazu for identifying people with value and integrity.
She described Nkole as one of the illustrious and impactful sons of Ovukwu Abam who had remained a source of encouragement to many.
She expressed confidence that Nkole would dutifully discharge his responsibilities, and prayed God to shower him with more wisdom and grace to deliver.
According to her Nkole’s appointment enjoys the support of the entire Ovukwu Abam community including men, women and youths from various political leanings ostensibly because of his uncommon passion for service and patriotism.
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