Mark's Victory Proves Benue South Confident In Ikpeazu

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    The Abia State Governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, has
    congratulated the former Senate President, David Mark,
    for emerging victorious in the re-run election for Benue
    South Senatorial District In a statement signed by
    Godwin Adindu, Chief Press Secretary to the Governor,
    Ikpeazu said he is happy that by the victory, David
    Mark is fully re-affirmed as a member of the 8th Senate
    of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, stressing that it is
    another feather to the PDP and another victory for
    democracy in Nigeria.

    The Governor described the victory as the voice of the
    people and a vote of confidence by the people of Benue
    South whom David Mark has represented meaningfully
    in his sojourn at the red chambers of the National
    Assembly.
    He urged the senator to see his victory as a clarion call
    for higher service and higher stewardship by his
    constituents who have reposed so much trust, loyalty
    and confidence in him by ensuring his victory at all the
    elections.

    Governor Ikpeazu also assured Senator David Mark of
    the love and support of the people and government of
    Abia State at all times and described him as a friend of
    the state.
    He prayed God to guide the senator and grant him good
    heath and wisdom with which to lead the people and
    serve Nigeria at this point in history.
    The Governor equally congratulated the people of
    Benue South for their doggedness and perseverance in
    support of their chosen leader and expressed optimism
    that their desires and aspiration shall be fulfilled in the
    hand of Senator David Mark.
     
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