Jubilation As Dr Ernest Afolabi Umakhihe Storms Igueben, Meets APC Leaders

Dr. Ernest Afolabi Umakhihe, the former permanent secretary in the ministry of Agriculture and ruler development, as well as a leading frontline Edo APC Governorship Aspirant, today visited Esan Central APC Leaders as part of his ongoing visits to various local governments.

During his visit, Dr. Umakhihe expressed his strong connection to Igueben, stating that it is like a second home to him. He went on to highlight his extensive experience and accomplishments in various leadership positions, including his nomination by President Muhammed Buhari as permanent secretary and his construction of several roads across the 3 Senatorial districts.

The state of the Benin Auchi road and other federal roads in Edo is a major concern for our people. I have plans to fix these roads if i become Governor. Improved infrastructure, such as schools, roads, health centers, and security, is crucial for the progress and wellbeing of our state. Additionally, I will focus on mechanized and irrigated agriculture will greatly benefit our farmers and promote all-year-round farming.

Mrs Florence Afolabi Umakhihe, a daughter of Esan land, supporting her husband and the local government APC leaders with her contributions.

The APC chairman in Igueben LGA expressed his confidence in Dr Umakhihe abilities and pledged to support him with his full support . We urge all leaders and members of the APC to rally behind him and support his aspiration to secure the APC ticket.

Our jubilation today is a reflection of our excitement to have you in our midst. We believe that with your leadership and vision, our local government and the entire state of Edo will experience significant progress and development.

Once again, we express our gratitude for your visit and assure you of our unwavering support. We eagerly anticipate the positive change you will bring to our community and the state as a whole.

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