Gov. Ugwuanyi, “A Jinx Breaker, Comforter Of The Hopeless” – New Appointee

By Tony Adibe

It was a jubilation time for the people of Ozalla Community in Igbo-Etiti Local Government Area of Enugu State as Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi swore in one of their illustrious sons, Barr. Kingsley Paschal Awuka, as his Special Adviser, at the EXCO Chambers, Government House, Enugu.

 Barr. Awuka , who spoke shortly after his swearing-in,  expressed profound gratitude to Gov. Ugwuanyi “for this great honour and privilege accorded to the people of Ozalla Community in Igbo-Etiti Local Government Area.”

He described Gov. Ugwuanyi as “a miracle worker, jinx breaker and a comforter of the hopeless,” adding that the Governor has turned the “history of our generation from this day to joy.”

Awuka added that “the Ozalla Community will never in her history joke with what you have done to her this day.”

The new SA assured the governor that “our obligation is to continue with every breath of our life to support this administration and do everything in furtherance of the sterling and excellent performance of your administration to ensure that you finish stronger.”

Accompanied by the President General (PG) of Ozalla-Uwelu Town Assembly, Chief Festus Ike, friends and other members of the community, Awuka stated that his appointment “makes a bold statement.”

Awuka also expressed gratitude to Ugwuanyi for attracting the Federal Polytechnic Ohodo, which is next to Ozalla Community.

He said: “We also thank you for some developmental projects you have extended to us. First and foremost, under your administration we have a federal polytechnic that is just a stone throw from a community that is not different from Ozalla.

“We equally have a brother (Prof. Simon Uchenna Ortuanya) who for the first time in the history of Igbo-Omaba Community has assumed the position of the Secretary to the Enugu State Government. Governor Ugwuanyi of their unflinching solidarity and support for his senatorial bid and other political ambitions thereafter.”

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