Mbah: My Certificate Unwritten Pact Between Me, Enugu People
Gideon Arinze in Enugu
Enugu State Governor-elect, Peter Mbah, yesterday, after receiving his the certificate, said it would serve as an unwritten pact between his administration and the people of Enugu State, saying he remained committed to creating an environment that is conducive for peace and security to reign.
“In doing this, we will be guided by a governance philosophy that is underpinned by transparency, accountability and traceability. We will codify a citizens’ charter that will define all our promises to Ndi Enugu. All that our people will need to do is to score us on account of this irrevocable charter,” he said.
Mba also assured that he intended to run an all-inclusive government, adding that “election is over and it is time to come together and start the building of a prosperous Enugu State.”
He congratulated the newly elected House of Assembly members and the people of Enugu State, saying, “This is our collective government and not the government of any section of this state.”
The certificates of return were issued by the INEC National Commissioner in charge of Ebonyi, Enugu and Imo States, Chief Ken Ukeagu.
In his address, the Resident Electoral Committee, Chukwuemeka Chukwu, urged the governor-elect, his deputy, Ifeanyi Ossai, and other winners to ensure that they carry all along while also providing the dividends of democracy to the people.
“INEC is most grateful to the residents and people of Enugu State for their peaceful disposition and comportment during the election period as well as their participation in the process,” he said.