The All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA gubernatorial candidate of Rivers State in the 2023 general elections, Prince Ugochukwu Bekee has congratulated the governor-elect of Abia State, Dr Alex Otti of Labour Party in his victory.
In a press statement, he personally signed, Prince Ugochukwu Bekee, following the declaration of Alex Otti as the winner of the Abia state governorship election congratulate Dr. Alex Otti on his well deserved victory at the Saturday 18 March, 2023 gubernatorial elections in Abia State.
Ugo Bekee said, Otti’s resilience, and faith in the electoral process has clearly shown that he is determined to bring his wealth of experience to bear in other to make Abia State better. I commend Abians who defied the harsh weather and came out to exercise their civic responsibility by voting for Dr. Alex Otti to lead Abia State as their Governor.
he described Otti’s victory as well deserved and acknowledged his consistency to liberate Abia from the shackles of under-development.
According to Prince Ugo Beke, Dr Alex Otti and himself come from the same Constituency of corporate world of banking and private sector. I’m especially glad of your victory as we both share a deep sense of commitment and duty to our society and we both, with backgrounds in the private sector have gained the required experience needed to change the fortunes of our dear states.
Therefore, i repose confidence in Otti’s capacity, compitence and character to deliver dividends of democracy and good governance to citizenry and residents of Abia State.
The emergence of new leadership under the Labour Party and Dr Alex Otti as the pilot is set to usher a relief and set the stage for a new trajectory in governance, many believe.
Again, my now constant prayer to God for you, dear Dr. Otti is for sustained clarity of purpose, vision and unassailable will in the discharge of the onerous demands of your new office as the Executive Governor of Abia State especially at this time when you will take charge in undoing the bad governance perpetuated on Abians by past administrations in the state.