Following the heart-warming goodwill messages that trailed the appointment of Prince Charles Mbachu as Sole Administrator of Nwangele Local Government Area by the Imo State Governor, His Excellency, Sen. Hope Uzodimma, Eze-Igbo Ghana, His Royal Majesty, Eze Dr. Amb. Chukwudi Jude Ihenetu has sent out a congratulatory message to the Umudim – Ubahu Amaigbo born businessman turned politician, Prince Mbachu, on his well deserved appointment to serve the good people of Nwangele and ndi Imo using his position.
The royal father, Eze Dr. Ihenetu, who described Prince Charles Mbachu as a big brother and illustrious son of Amaigbo, however, ceased the opportunity the medium has created to advise the newly appointed Sole Administrator to consolidate on his wealth of experience, political goodwill and reach to make an impact in a strategic local government area like Nwangele; as he rolls his sleeves to work for the people through a well thought-out youth empowerment programs, developmental projects, productive and engaging administrative policies.
Praying for wisdom, insights and leadership direction on Nwangele Sole Administrator, Prince Mbachu, the Diasporan royal father, Eze Ihenetu, also emphasized on the need for patience, endurance and tolerance from the elderly and those in our respective villages who will be coming from time to time to lodge complains or seek clearance from the Council Headquarters .
“We trust you have an eventful and impactful tenure in office as we keep praying God to lead you all through your stay in office as servant of the people.
While speaking with the media after his appointment, the newly appointed Nwangele LGA Solead, Prince Charles Mbachu, expressed deep gratitude to Governor Hope Uzodimma for finding him worthy even as he described the governor as a man of few words, whose action speaks louder than the words.
Prince Mbachu, however, thanked the Imo Deputy Speaker, Rt. Hon. Amara Chyna Iwuanyanwu, Ksc, for the supportive role he played in ensuring his name was in the list of shortlisted candidates across the 27 local government areas.