The Chairman of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) in Enugu State, Bishop Godwin Madu, has described the gale of endorsements for the re-election of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi by the individuals from numerous sides of the society as overwhelming and an indication of fine management.
Bishop Madu who spoke in the course of the New 12 months prayer rally organized by Enugu State staff, yesterday on the new state secretariat, thanked God for the New 12 months and appreciated Gov. Ugwuanyi for entrusting the state to the fingers of God.
Describing Ugwuanyi as “a kindhearted governor and a man we know for his dividends of democracy”, the PFN chairman recommended him for making the welfare of the employees considered one of his administration’s priorities, stating that “we no longer thank the governor for payment of salaries regularly, but for paying the 13th month salary every year”.
The cleric instructed Gov. Ugwuanyi that it was due to the peace and good governance he has entrenched that “the labour force in Enugu State is standing behind you; the social community and the religious community are standing with you”, proclaiming that “your tenure as governor is eight years”.
Bishop Madu who agreed with the theme of the prayer rally that “All Power Belongs to God”, famous that “everywhere he (Ugwuanyi) went it is endorsement”. He added that Gov. Ugwuanyi has loved such large goodwill and help from the individuals due to his humility and unusual fashion of management and prayed fervently for the governor’s victory on the March governorship election and extra God’s blessings in his life and household.
Prayers had been additionally supplied by different clergymen for the progress of the state, Nigeria, staff/pensioners/union leaders, and profitable and hitch-free common election.
In his tackle, Gov. Ugwuanyi applauded the organized labour within the state for initiating and sustaining the inspiring and extremely uplifting spiritual occasion, “to give God praise and glory for the love and compassion He showered on us in the previous years and to seek His grace, guidance, protection and all round favour in this New Year”.
The governor, who identified that his administration dedicated Enugu State into the fingers of God at its inception “because He alone was the reason why we are here”, acknowledged that “we will therefore continue to seek His face in prayer at all times and in all circumstances”.
In line with him, “prayer is the key to all things that are good and it has certainly been the key to our survival and progress as a state and as a people, especially in these challenging times”.
Reiterating his administration’s dedication to issues of God, the governor thanked staff in Enugu State and certainly all of the individuals of the state for his or her unrelenting prayers, overwhelming solidarity, cooperation, help and endorsements, saying: “It has been a journey of praise and everything shall surely end in praise because Enugu State is truly in the hands of God”.