Auchi Agog As Dr Ernest Afolabi Umakhihe Visits To Etsako West APC Leaders Turn Carnival

In yesterday visit to Etsako West APC Leaders, Dr. Ernest Afolabi Umakhihe the leading APC governorship aspirant expressed his connection with Etsako West, claiming that as a native of Edo North, he has a deep understanding of the needs and aspirations of the people. With an impressive career background, having held various prestigious positions in multiple sectors before his appointment as a permanent secretary by President Muhammad Buhari, Dr. Umakhihe emphasizes that his extensive experience makes him capable of transforming the region.

Throughout his service, Dr. Umakhihe has initiated several projects across Edo state without making any promises. He now appeals to the leaders of Etsako West to give him the opportunity to bring about further development and progress to the people of Edo state.

As an expert in security, Dr. Umakhihe shares his strategy to address the issue of insecurity in Edo. In addition, he highlights the abundance of mineral resources present in Etsako West, revealing his plans to harness these resources to create job opportunities for the youth. Furthermore, he promises to revolutionize agriculture through mechanized farming and improved irrigation techniques, allowing for year-round farming in Edo.

Also speaking, Hon. Muhammed Tijani, the coordinator of the Ernesto Foundation.  speaks highly of the foundation’s efforts in positively impacting the lives of individuals, unintentionally motivated by Dr. Umakhihe’s actions as the founder.

The APC Etsako West party chairman,  warmly welcomes Dr. Ernest-Afolabi-Umakhihe, acknowledging his notable contributions to the people of Afemai and Edo state as a whole. The chairman expresses the party’s gratitude for Dr. Umakhihe’s presence and expresses his enthusiasm in having him as next  governor of the state.

Overall, the visit of Dr. Ernest Afolabi Umakhihe to Etsako West elicited a sense of celebration and optimism among APC leaders and the local community, all hopeful for the positive transformation he could bring if elected as governor.

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