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Second phase of N20m community project nears completion in Amawbia

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THE second phase of the N20million choose-yourself community infrastructure in Amawbia is nearing completion and will be handed over by the construction firm in January next year.

Already, the ultra-modern town hall project being handled by Madoz Nigeria Services is at 40 percent completion and the contractor has assured that work on the project will be completed on schedule.

Conducting National Light round the project site, Chief Executive Officer of the construction firm,  Dozie Brown Maduka, said the Governor Willie Obiano initiative of choose-yourself community infrastructure was a master piece designed to bring about simultaneous development in all communities in the state based on their choice and priority infrastructure.

Maduka noted that since the choose-yourself initiative of the governor, hitherto backward communities in the state have felt the presence and dividends of democracy under the Obiano administration.

“To be candid, Obiano has surpassed all the previous administrations in the state and even across Nigeria with this singular initiative that has brought good governance down and direct to the grassroots.”

He said that under Governor Obiano’s watch, Anambra had greatly transformed in terms of infrastructure, citing the flyovers in Amawbia through Awka, massive network of roads and other social infrastructure as manifest attestation of his legendry leadership.

He then enjoined ndi Anambra to  steadfastly stand behind the governor and APGA for what they stand for in terms of sound policies and implementation.

Speaking on the project, President-General of Amawbia Town Union, Chris Nwoye, extolled the governor for the secondd phase project which he said would further lift the image of the town.

He assured the continued support of the town to his administration and in the coming days.

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