Imo Deputy Governor, His Excellency, Prince Eze Madumere, MFR, in a warm handshake with the Deputy Speaker, Imo State House of Assembly, Hon. Pharm. Donatus Ozoemena, when the former paid him honored the latter's programme at Mgbidi, Oru West LGA, Imo State

Imo Deputy Governor, His Excellency, Prince Eze Madumere, MFR, in a warm handshake with the Deputy Speaker, Imo State House of Assembly, Hon. Pharm. Donatus Ozoemena, when the former paid him honored the latter’s programme at Mgbidi, Oru West LGA, Imo State

Imo Deputy Governor, Prince Eze Madumere has called on Imo people and Nigerians to embrace and support All Progressives Congress to deliver Nigeria from its present state of confusion due to bad leadership.

Prince Madumere who also represented Governor Okorocha made this comment at Oru West at the residence of the Deputy Speaker of Imo House of Assembly, Pharm. Donatus Ozoemenam, who played host to the leadership and the people of the Local Government.

He described the Chairman of the Progressive Governors of Nigeria, Owelle Rochas Okorocha as a man who do not just have the interest of Ndi Igbo at heart but want Nigeria to be delivered from its set back owing to long years of misrule.

He called on the people to refrain from reclusive politics and join forces with Governor Okorocha and progressives in APC to making Imo, Igbo land and Nigeria realize her potential that has remained elusive.

Prince Madumere said the days of the of sectional parties are over as Nigeria is tilting towards becoming a two-party State. He further opined that with what Owelle Rochas Okorocha led government has done, it supposes that the people will always support the government. He however reminded them that for them to be properly situated in the scheme of things, there is need for holistic embrace of APC to change the government at the centre.

Speaking earlier, Imo House of Assembly Deputy Speaker said he had called a Praise and Worship get together and to dine and wine with his people while reeling out his scorecard to the people.