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Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma has emphasised his readiness to contest in the fourth coming governorship election scheduled for 11th November, 2023.
The Chief Press Secretary and Media Adviser to the Governor, Oguwike Nwachuku, in a statement yesterday, quoted the governor to have said he was the most qualified to lead the state now amid the others.
The governor highlighted his noteworthy accomplishments during his current first term and expressed confidence that he is the right choice to take Imo State to even higher levels.
Speaking on a live Igbo programme at the Hot 99.5 FM Owerri which was monitored by The Eastern Updates where he inspected various facilities of the broadcast house, Uzodimma highlighted his commitment to repositioning Imo State and building upon the progress achieved thus far.
He noted that the significant strides his administration had made and the transformative initiatives undertaken to improve the lives of the citizens were the records his opponents do not have because they lack the capacity for such.
His words: “I am fully prepared to contest in the upcoming off-cycle gubernatorial election. I firmly believe that I am the best candidate to continue leading Imo State towards a brighter future.
‘Through the implementation of impactful policies and programmes, I am confident in our ability to propel Imo State to even greater heights.’
The governor highlighted some of his accomplishments to include infrastructural development, educational reforms, healthcare advancements, youth empowerment and development among other efforts to attract investments and foster economic growth within the state.
‘I firmly believe that we have laid a strong foundation for the transformation of Imo State. However, there is still much work to be done. I am committed to continuing our efforts to improve governance, foster socio-economic development, and uplift the lives of the people,’ Uzodinma stated.
The governor further used the occasion to communicate his vision for Imo State, present his case for re-election, all of which underscored his track record and dedication to the state’s progress.