Dr. Peter Mbah, the newly elected governor of Enugu State, has emphasized his commitment to fulfilling his campaign promises to the people of the state. He intends to hit the ground running on Day One of his tenure, and he spoke extensively on his plans to take Enugu to the next level during an interactive session with political editors in Lagos.
Dr. Mbah acknowledged that the first 100 days of his tenure would be crucial, given the high level of goodwill that he currently enjoys. He stated that his team had already reduced some of their campaign promises to actionable timelines, including the provision of pipe-borne water to households within 180 days of his administration. Other issues that he intends to tackle include security challenges and waste management.
Overall, the article provides insights into the plans of the newly elected governor of Enugu State. Dr. Mbah's commitment to fulfilling his campaign promises and his determination to think outside the box to take Enugu to the next level are notable. The article would be of interest to anyone following the political developments in Nigeria.
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