Friday, 20 June 2014

Anambra State House celebrates Obiano 100 days in office

As Governor Willie Obiano marks 100 days in office, Anambra State House of Assembly has lauded the administration on its efforts to transforming the State within the short period of piloting it affairs.
Governor Obiano, it would be recalled, took over from his predecessor, Chief Peter Obi on March 17th 2014, as a result, his political dispensation clocks 100 days June 24 2014.
Raising the motion in the hallow Chamber, Hon. Chris Emeneka, Member representing Anambra East constituency, explained that the incumbent administration has sustained the tempo left to him by the immediate governor, even as he has commissioned many road networks, housing development, security of lives and properties.
Also contributing, Hon. Benson Nwawulu, Ogbaru 1; Hon. Ebele Ejiofor of Anaocha 1and Hon. Chugbo Enwezor of Onitsha North 1 constituencies, posited that all the nooks and crannies of the state would boast of Governor Obiano’s agricultural presence geared towards making Anambra food basket of the nation.
Similarly, Hon. Rita Maduagwu, Nnewi South 2, noted that the young political dispensation has attracted World Bank education intervention programme among other international and local donor agencies for transformations of the state in all ramifications.
While Hon. Gabriel Onyewife enumerated some of Obiano’s impact in his constituency, Ayemelum, to include flagging-off road constructions at Omor, Umerum, Umunbo and Umueje, bridges and rural electrifications first since ten years the local government has been in existence, even as he responded to recent crises Omasi and Fulani cattle rearers.
Also, Hon. Vivian Okadigbo of Oyi recounted that 7 major road projects has began in her constituency including Umunya and  Ntege, and Ogbunke cave whom the Governor has started to raise to tourist attraction center.
However, Hon. Emeka Iduu, Onitsha North 2; implored the state executive to consider Ajasa, Ogalu-onye and Nwokedi roads for construction on his next agenda.
The Speaker, Rt. Hon. Princess Nwaebili, while advising the governor to continue on the principle of continuity, further reiterated the needs for the masses to join hands with him by doing the needful without been told.



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