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…tasks them on rebuilding Imo

Imo State Governor-elect, Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha, CON, has expressed his hearty congratulations to Christian women in the State on the occasion of their celebration of 2019 Mothering Sunday.

While felicitating with them, he stated that the role of women, particularly Christian mothers, in regenerating and stabilizing the society cannot be over-emphasized. 

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He reminded with emphasis, that the institution of the family is the basis for the existence of the society, stressing that the institution of women is the basis for the existence of family.

He reassures of his readiness to fulfill his promises of providing functional qualitative maternal and infant healthcare through re-establishing primary health centres across the State.

Governor-elect, Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha, therefore, charges women in the State to continue to support and pray for the incoming administration, for the overall benefit of the people of Imo State.

He also reassures of their due representation in his administration, urging them to prepare to contribute their quota towards achieving the all important task of rebuilding the state. Finally, he prays for a very peaceful and rewarding celebration by the mothers and their families, while wishing them good health, long life and prosperity to celebrate many more Mothering Sundays.

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