Nkanu Youths Gifts Gov. Ugwuanyi A Cow | CABLE REPORTERS

Cable Reporters reports that Enugu Youths Under the aegis of Nkanu Youth Assembly which is a group representing the youths of Enugu East Senatorial zone, gifted the Executive Governor of Enugu State, Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi a cow, on their courtesy and thank you visit to the Governor yesterday, aimed to thank him for his continuous support to the association.

According to a statement signed by the National President, Comr. Edeani M. Edeani, the National Secretary Comr. Columbus Iloka and the PRO Comr. Micheal Oguegbe which read: 

"Nkanu Youth Assembly FEC Pays Courtesy Call To Gov. Ugwuanyi, Lauds His Leadership Strides"

"Yesterday, representatives of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) of Nkanu Youth Assembly which includes the Patrons,  the Advisory Board members, alongside the National President went on an appreciative call to  His Excellency, Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi (Gburu Gburu) at the Lions Building, Government House, Enugu."

"The call was born out of tribute, admiration, and thankfulness of Nkanu Youths to his excellency for his continual inclusiveness of youths in his administration, especially the recent appointment of Nkanu Youth Assembly members."

"We equally commanded his excellency for his continuous love to Nkanu Youth Assembly particularly for his support to us in the just concluded COVID-19 palliative of the association."

CABLE REPORTERS got that the governor received them with gladness promising to continue working with the youth wing.
 "On his remark, His Excellency, the most youth-friendly governor of Enugu state, thanked the association, lauded our polices, and reassured his commitment to a continued partnership with the association, promising to initiate more policies that will be engaged and benefit all youths of Nkanu land."

"As a show of warmth and appreciation, Nkanu Youth Assembly gifted his excellency a cow, which is the most outstanding gift of Nkanu land, Enugu state, and  Igbo land at broad."

"God bless His Excellency.
God bless Nkanu Land.
God bless Enugu State" 


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