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EASTER: Guber Aspirant,Tony Nwulu Doles Out Free MTN Branded Recharge Cards To Pensioners, Less Privileged

In the spirit of the Easter celebration, a Peoples Democratic Party, PDP governorship aspirant in Imo State,  Hon. Tony Nwulu has given out free N100 MTN branded recharge cards to Imo citizens.



According to the federal lawmaker who represents Oshodi/Isolo Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives but hails from Eziudo in Ezinihitte Mbaise Local Government said the free gifts are for students, pensioners, the less privileged and the physically challenged

In his remarks, there would be light at the end of the dark tunnel.  In a statement he said "Easter signifies the triumph of good over evil, light over darkness, freedom over bondage, peace over war, joy over anguish and life over death as Jesus Christ has proven through His resurrection"


He admonished Imolites to be resolute in their faith in God, stating that the  Same God that led the children of Israel out from the strongholds of king Pharaoh and the Egyptians through the deserts and red sea will surely lead Ndi Imo out of its present stronghold and captivity.

He expressed optimism that the "Almighty God will liberate and restore Imo State to greatness"
The Free MTN Cards can be collected at Mezie Imo Movement office located at 22 wethedral road, Owerri, Imo State

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