Ukwa West APC Happy with Tinubu for Appointing Eruba to Represent Abia on NDDC Board

Party Commends Mr. President for Making Right Choice


The Ukwa West chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has profusely thanked President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for the choice of Dimgba Eruba to represent Abia State on the newly constituted Board of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).

The Ukwa West APC expressed its “profound gratitude” to Mr. President in a communique dated September  4, 2023, issued at the end of its meeting.

In the communique signed by the State Assistant Secretary, Engr Sterling Chinwe Uruakpa, the LG chairman of the party, Elder Uju Nwarie, Secretary, Emmanuel Nwuju and all the chairmen of the 10 Wards, the party said that Eruba is the right person for the job.

Chief Dimgba Eruba from Ukwa West was on August 29 appointed a board member when Mr. President named the new NDDC Board and management team.


Chief Eruba: Appointment Elicits Happiness in Oil Community


In the past, there had been instances where the appointment of Abia’s reprsentative on the NDDC Board generated controversies and even outright rejection from the oil bearing area.

But Ukwa West APC noted that President Tinubu made the “right choice” with Eruba’s appointment, adding that it received widespread support in the oil producing area and the state in general.

“This is one of the appointment that has brought joy to the hearts of the party and the people,” the party grassroot leaders said.

They described Eruba as a leader who has an unflinching belief both in the party and the present administration of Bola Tinubu, adding that the new board member “is a humble son of Asa and a sincere party man”.

Eruba (middle) adopted as Ukwa West APC leader


“We cannot hide our happiness. The appointment of Chief Eruba has brought enormous joy in the LGA and the entire state,” the Ukwa West APC.

At the meeting, the Ukwa West APC declared its adoption of Eruba as the leader of the party following a motion moved by Engr Uruakpa and seconded by the Uju Nwarie.

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