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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Umunya Community Happy With Ongoing Road Projects In The Area

The people of Umunya in Oyi Local Government Area have expressed satisfaction with the pace of work on roads linking the community with her neighbours which is being executed by the State government.

The roads are Abba-Ifitedunu-Umunya road, Reverend Father Tagbo road linking Awkuzu, Umunya and Ogbunike as well as the Nteje Umunya Ogbunike road.

A former Commissioner for Information and Culture, Sir Boniface Orakwe who gave the commendation during a gathering to commend the All Progressives Grand Alliance faithful and the community for successfully delivering two electoral wards in the area to APGA, during the November eighteenth gubernatorial election, noted that while other candidates were busy talking of commencement of new projects contractors engaged by the Obiano administration were busy constructing roads linking Umunya with her neighbours.

Sir Boniface, who described the glorious victory of Governor Willie Obiano in the last election as the will of God, appealed to the Governor to redouble his efforts in the second term in addition to carrying everybody along.

In a speech, the President-General of Umunya Development Union, Chief Obi Ezeani, noted that since the Governor has done well in the areas of security of lives and property, prompt payment of worker’s salaries, street light project, beautification of the State, and Rural development, what remains now is aggressive and massive road construction.

Also speaking the State Treasurer of APGA, Mr Tony Nwasike, appealed to the Governor to consider establishing a private power plant in his second term to boost electricity supply, revive moribund industries and create jobs for the youths.

Other speakers who spoke during the event were Chief Chicago Okongwu, Mr Augustine Umelue and Ifeanyi Chigbo, who commended the Governor for taking the State out of the list of debt owing States in Nigeria.

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