A renowned philanthropist, Mayor Lucky Igbokwe popularly known as Don Lulu, said he joined the Abia governorship race with his full chest.
The entertainment mogul who recently picked “expression of interest and nomination forms” purchased for him by his supporters in Umuahia, said he joined in the governorship race, under the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP – to make a different.
Formally declaring his interest, Igbokwe stressed that the decision to run for the governorship position is borne out of hunger and desire to add value against the backdrop of the yearnings of the entire people of Abia State.
In a social media post, Igbokwe called on Abia citizens to come to the table and take Abia to the most enviable heights, adding that his administration if voted for will be all about good governance and inclusiveness.
Read the full post below;
“Following due consultations with relevant stakeholders, traditional leaders, the downtrodden and entire good people of Ndi Abia and further empowered by a support group under the auspices of Concerned Friends of Mayor Lucky Igbokwe led by the deputy chief whip of the Abia State House of Assembly, RT Honourable Kelechi Onuzuruike and Hon. Okechi Utah who out of their goodwill, purchased the expression of interest and nomination forms for me, I hereby formally inform you, of my wish to contest the 2023 governorship election on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
“My decision to run is borne out of hunger and desire to add value and impetus against the backdrop of the yearnings of the entire people of Abia state, who believe in the youths as an option, and to take Abia to the much desired place occasioned by their cries and wishes for good governance and inclusiveness and ensuring that Abia takes its rightful place in the comity of States
“Having seen the roles and contributions of our past leaders, there’s no gain saying that they have done their best, but I’m here to reinvigorate our spirits, minds and souls to the much vaunted dreams of our people for a better life, and to stand in the gap to shield our people from any form of hopelessness.
“I have joined in this race with my full chest, to say I appreciate other people who as well, aspire for the same position, but however, I pledge that I offer a better option, to galvanize the young people, the men and women of Abia State, to instill a sense of belonging in our administration, which will bring hope and pride to our people.
“I urge you all to come to the table and let’s take Abia to the most enviable heights we desire.
“I want us to know that the confidence in me is a confidence of hope, the future, the success and the restoration.
Abia is LUCKY with Mayor Igbokwe