The United State of America (USA) based founder and General Overseer of His Royal Highness Church of God, Baltimore Maryland USA, Pastor Dr. Justin Agugua has joined millions of Imolites in the Diaspora, to salute the Imo State Governor,Senator Hope Uzodinma on the occasion and celebration of Nigerian Independence Day, today October 1, 2020

Dr. Agugua who spoke through his Head of Media and Publicity, Evang. Barr. Francis Egwugou said that the Founder and General Overseer of His Royal Highness Church of God, Baltimore has joined other well meaning Imolites to celebrate Nigerian Independence’s day with the Imo state Governor.

He expressed the heartfelt joy of Dr. Agugua in celebrating the Nigerian Independence’s day, pointing out that there is hope for the country at the end of the tunnel.

He added that the Imo State born US cleric wants Nigerians not to lose hope with the country, saying that the future is still very much bright for Nigeria.

The cleric used the 2020 Independence day celebrations to assure the Imo state Governor, Senator Uzodinma of his personal determinations to attract foreign investors into the state as a way of contributing his quota to the overall development of the state.

He posited that he will use his contacts and connections established over the years in the USA to attract development in the state, while, commending the Imo Governor for his giant strides in the state.

According to him, “I have total confidence in the Governor to deliver the goods to the people of Imo state”. “I do not see any reason for our people to panic because the man in the saddle is a well known figure in the nation who has served as a Senator for Imo West for eight uninterrupted years”.

He then called on other well meaning Imolites in Diaspora to come out and support the Governor to build the Imo of our collective dreams.

Dr. Agugua assured Governor Uzodimma and government of Imo state of his avowed desires and determinations to support the Governor to succeed in all facets of his shared prosperity governance.