July 2, 2022 9:40 am

Protect Govt Facilities And Gain More, Abia Community Told

By Our Reporter

Abia State Deputy Governor, Sir Ude Oko Chukwu has warned against blockage of drainages and destroying of facilities provided by the government to the Communities.

Sir Oko Chukwu who gave this advice when he received a delegation of Nkporo Development Union, NDU led by their President, Chief Benjamin Ifegwu Umeri  at the Government House, Umuahia, revealed that Government will only provide more amenities to Communities that show commitment in protecting facilities and projects cited in their localities. 

He stressed that Governor Okezie Ikpeazu led administration will continue to do its best to attract dividends of democracy to every section of the State and urged the  National Executive Committee of  Nkporo Development Union to take ownership of government projects and facilities by ensuring that they are not vandalized or encroached upon to encourage government to do more.

The Deputy Governor who assured the Executive members of Government partnership  in ensuring the security of lives and properties by reporting suspicious movements and persons to security agencies. 

He expressed happiness at the construction of the Abribiba Nkporo road which was commissioned last year December and the soon to be commissioned Nkporo Cottage Hospital.

The Abia D.Gov expressed optimism that the new NDU executive will perform beyond the expectations of the community, as they were made up of men of integrity.

Earlier in his speech, the President of Nkporo Development Union, Chief Benjamin Ifegwu Umeri who said they came to identify with the Deputy Governor who has been a pillar of support to them.

He disclosed that Sir Oko Chukwu has turned around the fortune of Nkporo people through the attraction of many developmental projects and assured of their unalloyed support to the Dr Okezie lkpeazu’s led administration.

 The  Commissioner for Information, Chief John Okiyi Kalu, the Deputy Chief of Staff, Office of the Deputy Governor, Sir Don Ubani, Body of Permanent Secretaries and other top Government Officials were present during the visit.

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