Still on Okorocha: Imo govt plans thanksgiving for deliverance

Imo State governor Emeka Ihedioha has inaugurated a Planning Committee for the Imo Day Of Thanksgiving.
The thanksgiving is designed to show gratitude to God for the liberation and rebuilding of the state.
Receiving the Primate-Elect of the Anglican Communion, Most Rev. Henry Ndukuba, at Government House, Owerri, Governor Ihedioha assured that the State will be rebuilt economically, socially and spiritually.
He commended the Primate-elect, who is also the Arch Bishop of Jos Province and Bishop of Gombe, for visiting the State, describing him as a worthy ambassador.
According to the governor, “Light has taken its rightful place in the State, as the days of darkness is over”, in apparent reference to the past administration in the State.
He tasked the committee to organize  successful interdenominational Thanksgiving Service, to thank God for His Mercies on the State and the people.
Governor Ihedioha urged the committee to work as a team, devoid of rancour and division.
In his remarks, the Primate-elect commended Governor Ihedioha for dedicating the State to God and urged him not to despair, assuring that God will see him though if he maintains his faith on Him.
He noted that Governor Ihedioha has displayed impressive leadership skills and qualities, urging members of the State Executive Council to continue to show undiluted loyalty and cooperation to the Governor.
Speaking on behalf of the Committee members, Chairman of the committee, Special Adviser, political affairs to the governor, Hon.Jones Onyereri, assured that the committee will live up to expectation and bring the people of the State irrespective of denominations to thank God for delivering them from bondage of the past administration.
The committee comprises the clergy drawn from various denominations across the State, appointees of the government and others.

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