Nigeria Minister of State Mines and steel development Uche Ogah Declares To Join Abia Governorship Race

 The Minister of State Mines and steel development chief Uche Ogah, has declared his intentions to contest the 2023 governorship election in Abia state with an assurance that he will deploy his experience in private and public sector to bring meaningful changes in the lives of Abians, ABN TV reports.

He is seeking election to the top job in Abia on the platform of All Progressive Congress APC.

Speaking on Friday at the public declaration of his intention to lead the state next year at the APC state Secretariat, Azikwe road in Umuahia, Ogah stated that he is in the race to offer a visionary and purposeful leadership to the state.

According to the Minister, if elected as governor of Abia, he will pay due attention to transforming its economy through private sector driven initiatives to generate employment to the teeming masses.

He said "Nigeria is blessed with many natural resources that if we harness them less emphasis will be placed in the oil sector and our country will not play a second fiddle in the world.

"I will bring my experience in the private and public sector to bring valuable changes in lives of Abia people.

"My adminstration will be anochered on faith in God and social transformation in governance which will transform the economic, agricultural, educational, security and health sector of the state.

"I want to reinvent the dreams of our founding fathers of Abia where the rule of law shall thrive and we will reintroduce the agricultural revolution of the former Eastner region that made the economy of that region one of the fastest growing economy in world.

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