Urges support for Gov Uzodinma, APC
The influence and impact of the shared prosperity message of Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo state has continued to grow and spread across states and territories of the Nigerian Nation because of the activities of some of his hardworking aides like Hon Lady Blessing Ifeyinwa Nwaoba (LadyB), the governors Senior Special Assistant on Community Relations (Okigwe Zone)
This is as some of these aides, having been part and parcel of the rapid transformation of the Shared Prosperity Government have taken this same message to people across the world.
In a program tagged OKIGWE ZONAL ROUNDTABLE held in Lagos on Sunday 7th February Lady Blessing Nwaoba highlighted the achievements of the Imo State Governor, Distinguished Senator Hope Uzodinma in the past one year in Office.
“Governor Uzodinma is making Imo state the best and a great place to invest your money, and so far in 2021, Imo state has taken the lead in road construction and development of quality infrastructure.”
“From the Okigwe Expressway to St Mary’s Catholic Church has been asphalted. The road is now a complete turnaround via 3R night and day, construction work is ongoing in Okigwe Zone. Cranburg is pursuing the Okigwe – Owerri Road with pace and quality from Okigwe end. The rural roads in Okigwe are sites also of reconstruction revolution. Only a government inspired by God would achieve these results in just one year. She said.
While reeling out strategic positions held in this government by Okigwe sons and daughters she said it will be strategic if Okigwe people aligns themselves with the program’s and policies of the current administration by supporting the government to move the area forward. She further said that a new Okigwe Modern City is in the pipeline of the administration and that government is favourably disposed to strategic partnerships to revive moribund industries in Okigwe Zone and appealed to the audience to think Okigwe at all times and to show maximum support to a performing Governor by joining APC especially with the revalidation exercise ongoing.
Among those present at the Okigwe Zonal Roundtable were Barister Emeka Iwueze, Chief Kingsley Iwuanyanwu, High Chief Sir C. N. Obialor, HRH Eze Iwueze C. Michael, Lady Ada Ofoegbu, Rev Emeka Okafor, Nze Alphonsus Onyekwere, Brob Chukwudi Ike and a host of other notable stakeholders from Okigwe Zone.