Umbrella body of Imo State indigenes in the United States, the Imo State Congress of America (ISCA) has written to congratulate Governor Rochas Okorocha and his deputy, Prince Eze Madumere for their successful re-election to the Governorship of Imo State.
In a letter signed by their principal officers, including National President, Attorney Charles Onyirimba, Secretary General, Chief Mathias Mgbeafulu and Chair, Strategy Committee, Dr. Cyprain Osuoha, the group said: “We are very proud of the historic significance of your re-election. This victory is a credit to your leadership, productivity, dedication, and commitment to the well-being of Imo people as demonstrated in your administration since 2011.” According to the group, Gov. Okorocha and his Deputy have “inspired the state with a call to responsibility and dedication to duty; and made earnest efforts to live up to that great hope and trust placed in you by the Imo electorate with recorded accomplishments. ISCA believes that your re-election now is in recognition of that magnificent effort.”
They also said that “ISCA is further aware of your impeccable record of service and your untiring efforts to better the lots of the people in Imo State and Nigeria. We in ISCA also recognize that the challenges facing the Chief Executive public office holders are enormous; however, we are confident that your experience, devotion, and love for Imo people will come in handy in restoring the balance between leadership, accountability and responsibility.”
The group stressed that they are sure that the re-election will continue to add more value to the lives and future of all Imo people in Nigeria and elsewhere.
They also gave kudos to “the entire Imo citizenry for their attitude, conduct and comportment during the just concluded elections in the state” and pledged their continued cooperation, collaboration and support for the administration.
“Once again, we send our prayers and wish you good health, more focus and the goodwill of the people of Imo State throughout your second term in office” the ISCA said.