Senator Ayogu Eze visit Parklane General Hospital Enugu empathize with accident victim

Senator Ayogu Eze, The All Progressive Congress, APC, Guber candidate for Enugu State today visited Parklane General Hospital, Enugu to empathize with the party members that were involved in an accident yesterday.

The affected party members were returning from Owerri yesterday after attending the Women and Youths Zonal rally for President Buhari and Osinbanjo reelection held at Dan Anyiam Stadium, Owerri, Imo State before the ugly incident occurred at Awgu axis.

The APC governorship candidate who was at the Accident and Emergency department of the hospital to get a first hand information on the degree of injury sustained by the party members thanked God that no live was lost. He also offered cash gift to the state Chairman of the Party, Barr Ben Nwoye to aid in settling the hospital bills of the victims.

He enjoined them to have absolute faith in God, stay strong and be of high spirit as nothing will happen to them .

Senator Eze also thanked the health workers, Nurses and Doctors on duty for their efforts in attending to the victims promptly.

The State party Chairman, Barr Ben Nwoye thanked the party’s flagbearer for his magnanimity and show of love.
He said that his action today has once again shown that indeed, Enugu State will be in safe hands when he takes over Lion Building as his humility and selflessness is second to know.

The State Women Leader of the APC, Chief Mrs. Oby Nwofor who couldn’t hide her joy for what Senator Ayogu did for the women who are the victims of the accident said the action of Senator Ayogu Eze has lifted their spirit to continue working for the party as it is evident that they are dealing with a leader that will always stand with them in good times and most importantly, in difficult times as he has shown today.

Some of the relatives of the victims who couldn’t hide their joy thanked Senator Ayogu Eze for his concern as this has once more restored their faith in the party as a family of brothers and sisters that doesn’t discriminate no matter your status.

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