Abia Women for Good Governance, the leaderships of South East Youth Alliance, Abia state chapter and United Abia Peoples Congress have drip up support for Bishop Sunday Onuoha to emerge as the next governor of Abia State, stating that he remains their candidate wherever he goes to.
In separate statements, the groups said they have watched the political calculation in Abia State adding that they are convinced Bishop Sunday Onuoha is the best man to govern the state.
According to Abia Women for Good Governance in a statement issued by their chairperson and secretary, Lady Chidinma Ike and Lady Blessing Kalu respectively, said they will moblize 70 percent of Abia women for the support and emergence of Bishop Sunday Ndukwo Onuoha as the next governor of the state.
“The state of Abia’s governance is seriously begging for an eloquent, fearless and dedicated leader like Dede Michael Okpara. We want a governor that will wipe out the continuous tears of our women and children. We shall clamour for a grassroot leader who knows his onus in discharging of good governance in his administration.
“Abia Women for Good Governance have watched and studied all the aspirants jostling for the gubernatorial election in Abia state, as women, we have married many husbands, from marriage experiences, we know the best husband that will take good care of our children in healthcare, education, economy, religious tolerance and harmony.
“Abia Women for Good Governance will always support Bishop Sunday Ndukwo Onuoha, President of Vision Africa International for his gubernatorial ambition. We wish to remind our servant leader that the two weeks ultimatum given to him by Ndi Abia to declare officially for the governorship seat will expire today,” the women said.
Also, the leadership of the South East Youth Alliance, Abia state chapter and United Abia Peoples Congress, also called on Bishop Sunday Ndukwo Onuoha, President of Vision Africa International to quickly declare for the Governorship seat of Abia state to take over from Gov Okezie Ikpeazu next year.
A statement Jointly issued by Comrade Okenna Njoku, for the South East Youth Alliance and Comrade Tony Uwaoma for the United Abia Peoples Congress, said they wish to remind the cleric servant leader that his non declaration till now is causing a political confusion in Abia state.
“Abia youths, women, students, traders, civil servants, Keke operators, commercial drivers, pensioners and aged parents are appealing to the servant cleric not to waste time again in declaration for Abia Governorship election.
“The benevolence, charitable and philanthropic gestures of Bishop Sunday Ndukwo Onuoha using his Vision Africa International in rehabilitation and empowerment of our hopeless youths for a better future is overwhelming.
“Bishop Sunday Ndukwo Onuoha through his Vision Africa International transformed and empowered the lives and future of hundreds of prisoners and Awaiting Trial Inmates, he has secured the lives of many through his healthcare delivery services, his human developments through capacity building and skill acquisitions exercises have marked him an excellent candidate to replace Governor Okezie Ikpeazu.
“Abia state chapter of South East Youth Alliance and United Abia Peoples Congress unanimously declare our support for Bishop Sunday Ndukwo Onuoha, President of Vision Africa International for Governorship seat, we urge him to declare immediately,” the group added.