Anambra: Soludo is prayer answered- APGA


Tony Okafor, Awka

The All Progressives Grand Alliance( APGA), has described the Anambra State Governor, Prof Chukwuma Soludo, as prayer answered to the people of the state.

While commending the governor for infrastructural rehabilitation of Okpoko community, APGA said Soludo was fulfilling his promises of transforming the area and making it more habitable for the people.

In a statement at the weekend, the National Coordinator, APGA Media Warriors Forum, Chinedu Obigwe, said, on assumption of office, Soludo fulfilled his promise of visiting Okpoko and after that visit he had not relented.

Obigwe said one promise made by Soludo was his promise to transform Okpoko and its environs, which he said the governor had been busy working to fulfil for the benefit of the people.

He noted that the state had awarded contract for the construction of 14 kilometres of street roads in Okpoko, listing them as : Obodoukwu-Owerri Road, Ogbuagu-Ik Onuora-Anumudu Mgbuka Amazu-Owerri Road, Eden Road-School Road-Awalite Ojoto-Owerri Road, School Road-Umuobom street-Ojoto street junction, Umuobom St (Ojoto St junction)-Adazi Ani St-Owerri Road, among others.

He said, “Soludo is honestly a prayer answered and the awaited messiah that has arrived. His mission of transforming Anambra to a state ndi Anambra can be proud of is being actualised.

“The words on the lips of every onye Anambra as at today is that the governor is a meticulous person and a man that keeps to his promise.

“With the construction of 14 kilometres of street roads in Okpoko, the whole area will turn to small London.

“We will not forget that Okpoko was a neglected area before but that neglected area is where Soludo is starting his administration transformation agenda.”

The party stressed that the efforts of the governor had wiped away the tears of the inhabitants of the area.

The statement added, “He has used the provision of dividends of good governance to give them succour. With this commendable gesture of Soludo for Okpoko people, they will remain eternally grateful to him.

“He is not stopping at the construction of roads for Okpoko people, he has many other dividends of good governance to bring to the people.

“Another interesting thing is that the road contract is expected to be completed by the contractor this December 2022 or latest January 2023.

“This is an evidence to prove that he is eager to transform Anambra State and that he will not tolerate any delay tactics.”

By Ifeizu Joe

Ifeizu is a seasoned journalist and Managing Editor of TheRazor. He has wide knowledge of Anambra State and has reported the state objectively for over a decade.

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