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Hon.Uko Nkole Consults with Isukwuato PDP Leaders and Delegates.

Earlier today I had a warm reception from the leaders Stakeholders Councillors and delegates of PDP @ the party secretariat Ovim Isiukwuato LGA and on my return to my onyerubi close residence I had a wonderful evening hang out to unwind with Ex-legislators of Abia North extraction.

I’m very also enthused by the state of excitement that pervades in their mind giving to the obvious fact that my entrant to the race has killed complacency that existed previously within the ranks of the Party in the Senatorial level .

I see unity party faithfuls with unity of purpose and determination to go the extra mile to recapture PDP from the opposition come 2023 with me in the race for the Abia North Senatorial District.

Going by these new feelings I have no doubt that the PDP will rekindle her lost pride of place in Abia North from 2023 onwards.

Nde Isiukwuato Unuemela!Ndewoonuo!!

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