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Gov Obiano Continues To Inspect Road Projects Across The State

Governor Willie Obiano has inspected ongoing construction work on the five kilometer Achina -Oneh-Agbudu-Ogboji road being executed by his administration.
Government House Correspondent, reports that the road which was awarded by the previous administration in 2014, was adopted by the Obiano administration in keeping with its continuity stance.
Speaking after he inspected the project, Governor Obiano noted that despite the present economic recession, his administration is undertaking the project, adding that resources will be committed to the project as they come.
He also noted that when completed, the road will open up the agrarian communities in the area and give impetus to the realization of the state's agricultural development agenda and appealed to farmers in the area to organize themselves in cooperatives to be able to benefit from government's agric largesse. The Member representing Aguata One Constituency in the State Assembly, Dr Ikechukwu Umeh noted that aside the prospects it holds for the state agric sector, the road also leads to the Peter University of Awka Catholic Diocese which has potential to open up the host communities through the numerous activities it brings.
On his part, the Auxiliary Bishop of Awka Catholic Diocese, Most Reverend Jonas Benson Okoye expressed gratitude to the governor for embarking on the road and promised that the Church will continue to support his administration.
The governor also inspected the eleven point five kilometer Oluoha Road in Ihiala where he assured that asphalting will commence on the road in the next two weeks. He thanked people of Ihiala for their support to his administration and promised to do more for them as the state's resources improve. In his remarks, the traditional ruler of Ihiala, Igwe Cosmos Okechukwu, said Ndi Ihiala have resolved to give him their support because of their belief in the transformation he is bringing to the state, saying that the completion of the road will strengthen their resolve to continue to support him.Governor Willie Obiano has inspected ongoing construction work on the five kilometer Achina -Oneh-Agbudu-Ogboji road being executed by his administration.
Government House Correspondent, reports that the road which was awarded by the previous administration in 2014, was adopted by the Obiano administration in keeping with its continuity stance.
Speaking after he inspected the project, Governor Obiano noted that despite the present economic recession, his administration is undertaking the project, adding that resources will be committed to the project as they come.
He also noted that when completed, the road will open up the agrarian communities in the area and give impetus to the realization of the state's agricultural development agenda and appealed to farmers in the area to organize themselves in cooperatives to be able to benefit from government's agric largesse. The Member representing Aguata One Constituency in the State Assembly, Dr Ikechukwu Umeh noted that aside the prospects it holds for the state agric sector, the road also leads to the Peter University of Awka Catholic Diocese which has potential to open up the host communities through the numerous activities it brings.
On his part, the Auxiliary Bishop of Awka Catholic Diocese, Most Reverend Jonas Benson Okoye expressed gratitude to the governor for embarking on the road and promised that the Church will continue to support his administration.
The governor also inspected the eleven point five kilometer Oluoha Road in Ihiala where he assured that asphalting will commence on the road in the next two weeks. He thanked people of Ihiala for their support to his administration and promised to do more for them as the state's resources improve. In his remarks, the traditional ruler of Ihiala, Igwe Cosmos Okechukwu, said Ndi Ihiala have resolved to give him their support because of their belief in the transformation he is bringing to the state, saying that the completion of the road will strengthen their resolve to continue to support him.

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