Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme’s Loyalty and Support to Gov. Ugwuanyi on Poverty Alleviation is Next to Non
~ Loyalty and Support to His Party; The People’s Democratic Party is a Testimony
~ Support to Transporters Within and Outside Udi Local Government Area;
Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme continuous in his usual act of support to the state government, his local government, his party and the locals.
Akueme’s support have been registered in form of human capital development, poverty alleviation, hardship amelioration, bursary and scholarship, empowerment, infrastructural development and so on.
In his(Akueme) bid to continue his unwavering support, in his recent activities; Saturday 27th he single handedly sponsored another fuelling of over 800 bikes owned by motor cyclists within the axis of Umulumgbe, Okpatu, Awhum and Ukana. This is coming days after he had sponsored the fuelling of over 1000 bikes in Oji River and 9th mile with the singular aim to ameliorate hardship.
In another development, Chief Maurice Akueme an ardent member of the People’s Democratic Party(PDP) and a strong supporter of the Executive Governor of Enugu state Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi- also donated 100,000 and some cartons or drinks for refreshment to the leading party in Enugu state.
During his presence in the meeting via an online connection; he stated that 50,000 was to support his ward party executive while the other 50,000 was for transportation for party faithfuls from the ward.
He further stated that he’s a fanatic of good governance, he reiterated his continuous support to Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi and Hon. Pascal Agu the mayor of Udi local government area and urged his people not to relent in supporting good governance, he said “uneasy lies the head that wears the crown”.
Recall also that a week earlier Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme had donated a sum of 100,000 to his Udi local government PDP during its monthly meeting. One among his numerous financial and material support to the party.
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