The National Director, Independent Media Support Organization (IMSO), Comrade Harris Chuma has emerged the Director General Media/Publicity, Ekene Enefe Campaign Organisation, ahead 2019 election.
Ekene Enefe recently declared to contest for Oyi /Ayamelum Federal Constituency under the platform of All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, at his country home, Osile Ogbunike, Oyi Local Government Area, Anambra State.
In his acceptance speech, the IMSO boss described Enefe as a man of integrity whose stock in trade had been to impact on peoples’ lives, especially the youths and indigent. And also a man of the people and strong supporter of Chief Willie Obiano’s led government.
“I have known Ekene Enefe well before now; here is a great patriot, a Pan Nigerian, one who has immensely contributed to the development of Anambra and Nigeria at large. The records are there. Since inception of Gov. Obiano’s administration, Enefe has profoundly supported the administration and worked closely with the governor. Ekene Enefe is an accomplished man, a technocrat and a highly successful business man cum Security Consultant. He was the chief proponent of stakeholders for Wilie Obiano Reelection 2017 , a very potent support group,” Chuma said.
He added: “This formidable group worked assiduously for the successful reelection of His Excellency Chief Willie Obiano in 2017. Ekene Enefe is a prolific writer, publisher, information communication expert, advocate of good governance and transparent leadership.
He is a silent achiever, a philanthropist, an employer of labour who till date had many Anambra youths on his payroll. Ekene Enefe is passionate about the youths and has their interests at heart as he is always working to ensure better lives for the youths.
He has promised to restore the dignity of our youths in Oyi/Ayamelum Federal Constituency if given the mandate to represent them at the Green Chambers.”
Comrade Chuma promised to deliver for Ekene Enefe and APGA his party, especially in the area of information dissemination ahead of 2019 general elections.