The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has described Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State as the best governor in the State since the return to democracy in 1999.
Chairman of the Enugu State chapter of the PFN, Bishop Dr. Godwin Madu, said this shortly after he was inaugurated alongside 28 others for a second term in office.
Bishop Madu described Gov. Ugwuanyi as “a good man”, who honours and worships God and “believes and recognizes everybody”, declaring that the PFN would do all within her powers to ensure that the governor was re-elected for a second term in office.
Maintaining that Gov. Ugwuanyi has performed creditably well in office, the Church leader said the governor had “ended all manner of discrimination against some section of Christians”.
According to him, “the PFN was not carried along by the government of Enugu State in the past. But under this very administration, we have not been left behind; everybody is being treated in Enugu now unlike before.
“I want everyone to ensure that we vote rightly. When we see something good, we need to say keep it up. Enugu State needs to go on and the PFN is saying that Governor Ugwuanyi should go on; we will not disappoint him.
“I plead with everybody here, in case you have not obtained your PVC, please do, that is your ticket to the voting hall, that is our power for tomorrow.”
In his remark, the Senior Special Assistant to Governor Ugwuanyi on Religious Matters, Rev. Chinedu Nwoye, who was at the event, assured that the government would continue to treat all the residents of the State with fairness and serve them with the fear of God.