Rt. Hon. Barr. B. S. Emerengwa, member representing Ikwerre/Emohua Federal Consituency at the Green Chambers once again applaud the newly sworn in Ward Executives of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) of the 27 wards of Ikwerre and Emohua Local Government Areas of Rivers State which he represents.
Hon. B. S. Emerengwa opined that the newly inaugurated excos were nominated and voted into various offices from among other members of our party by their various wards, not that they are stronger or more intelligent than others but because they have confidence that they will deliver and advised not to betray the confidence so repose. He further stated that they should see their Call as a “CALL TO SERVE”.
He, however, commended the immediate past excos of our great party for their resilience, supports and selfless Service in ensuring the party’s victory throughout their tenure in office.
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Rt. Hon. Barr. B. S. Emerengwa expressed his profound gratitude to Bro. Felix Obua and his team for making sure that the party remained one indivisible body throughout his eight years in office as the state party chairman and most importantly, the leader of the party in Rivers State, His Excellency, Chief Barr. Ezenwo Nyesom Wike for bringing the party back on track. B. S. maintained that Gov. Wike is a man to work with having been tested and proven worthy of a good leader.
He re-emphasised that all the supports of Gov. Wike to our great party and the state at large has earned him “Dike Ohna 1 of Ikwerre Land” and prayed for God’s continued wisdom upon him and his family.
The Lawmaker also acknowledged the efforts of the various ward leaders for holding firm their subjects as our victory was as a result of “TEAM WORK” and not in the other way round.
Hon. B. S. Emerengwa therefore encouraged the newly sworn in Ward Excos to always work as a team and make consultations with the leaders of their wards for effective result.