Mayor Igbokwe Congratulates Abia Governor-elect, Alex Otti


Abia businessman, philanthropist and governorship aspirant, H.E Mayor Lucky Igbokwe (Don LuLu) has congratulated the Abia State Governor-elect, Dr Alex Otti, on his victory at the March 18 governorship election in the state.

In his congratulatory message to the former bank executive, Mayor Igbokwe described Otti’s victory at the polls as a reflection of the will of the majority of the people of Abia State.

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Mayor Igbokwe in the message signed by his special assistant on new media, Comr. Tochukwu Eluwa saluted Dr Otti for his doggedness as he expressed hope in his preparedness to make good his campaign promises to the people by delivering the dividends of democracy to Ndi-Abia who through their votes affirmed him as the breath of fresh air the state has long yearned for.

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He stated further, “your win was not a surprise for me, I knew that the people love you and they will elect you as their leader, and finally the result is in front of you. Now it’s your turn to love them back and find lots of good solutions to fix our problems”

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Igbokwe also called on all aggrieved parties to sheath their swords or use appropriate legal means to vent their grievances.


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