4,420 Anambra Women Back Emeka Eze.


4,420 Anambra Women Back Emeka Eze.

Over 4,000 market women and farmers yesterday  endorsed the candidacy of Pince Emeka Ezeh candidate of the People's Democratic Party PDP for Anaocha Dunukofia Njikoka federal constituency in the 2023 general election.

The women under the umbrella of Ultimate Business women and farmers Association of Nigeria (UBWFAN) also  congratulated Prince . Dr. Emeka Eze  on his Victory in the just concluded PDP primary election for  Dunukofia Njikoka Anaocha federal constituency election .

The women group expressed joy over the outcome of the election which it described as most peaceful and fairest election adding that with Eze at the National Assembly the future of Anambra women would be protected.

In a statement signed by the President of the Organization Hon. Nkiru Nwagbo said  that one of the group's aims and objectives is to elect and support good leaders for the society, insisting that UBWFAN has x-rayed the candidates and found Prince Eze  worthy of repositioning the constituency and assured him of the total support of market women and women  farmers in the area.

"We the entire members of the Ultimate Businesswomen And Farmers Association wish to congratulate you on your nomination as the People's Democratic Party PDP candidate for Anaocha Dunukofia Njikoka federal constituency.

" Your nomination is indeed well deserving and we are sure that your representation of the  federal constituency would impact positivity in the lives of the people of the constituency and Anambra state in general.

We the members of this association here by offer to assist you in securing your victory at the election proper and it is our belief that our partnership would bring positive results for you and our association" ; she noted.


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