Lagos - The Catholic Law Students Association of Nigeria (CALSAN) has paid tribute to the Imo State governor, Rochas Okorocha, and his deputy, Eze Madumere, for their victory in the recent governorship elections.
Frank Amandi, who represented the Organization’s National President, Uche Ejimonye, informed the Deputy Governor that they had come to congratulate him and Okorocha for their hard-won victory in the polls.
The delegation described the election as free and fair and asked those who lost at the polls to complement with the governor so that the state could move forward.
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The leader of the students body’s delegation informed Madumere the students were highly impressed with the level of development Imo had experienced under the Rescue Mission government of All Progressives Congress (APC).
The Deputy Governor was later presented with a special copy of the Beacons Magazine, an annual publication of CALSAN.
Madumere told his audience that the Rescue Mission was poised to do more rather than scale down on its existing or ongoing policies and programmes meant to improve the wellbeing of the people.
He commended them for the successful hosting of the CALSAN annual conference in the state and for representing Imo well.
- CAJ News