Enugu: Ugwuanyi sets up campaign team ahead 2019 election

By Editor on 04/11/2018

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Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has announced the appointment of Charles Egumgbe as the Director General of his re-election Campaign Organization.

Egumgbe who holds a Ph.D in Law, comes with a wealth of experience as a party/campaign administrator having been the first Chairman of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) in the state.

He was also the Director General of the Ugwuanyi Campaign Organization during the last election of 2015.

Also appointed are Ikeje Asogwa, who serves as the Secretary of the organization, Nana Ogbodo (Director of Communications); Charlie Agbo (Head of Strategy); and Frank Nweke jr (Zonal Director, East Senatorial zone) among others.

Governor Ugwuanyi who is highly favoured to win a the Enugu guber elections next year announced the appointment at a well-attended major stakeholders meeting that held at the Government House Enugu at the weekend.

Those at the meeting included the likes of Senators Ike Ekweremadu, (the Deputy Senate President), Chuka Utazi, Fidelis Okoro, Dr. Okwesilize Nwodo (former Governor) Okechukwu Itanyi, and other national Assembly members, candidates and top echelon of the PDP in the state.

Posted 04/11/2018 9:45:09 PM

 

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