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Obiano brought more democracy dividends to ndi Anambra – Ugbaja



GOVERNOR Willie Obiano has been lauded for bringing more democracy dividends for ndi Anambra over the years.

The chairman, Anambra State Universal Basic Basic Education (ASUBEB) Patrick Ugbaja, who spoke on behalf of the board members and management of ASUBEB, observed that the governor’s successful business footprints, impeccable leadership qualities and efforts in making  Anambra one of the best states in Nigeria have earned him the most friendly amiable governor in the country.

“Besides your giant strides in massive construction and reconstruction of schools, equipping them with arts, science and technological facilities, fencing all girls schools, enhanced teachers capacity building programmes and approved incentives to those who teach core subjects and those teachers living in hard to reach areas, as well as increased teachers retirement age from 60 to 65, prompt payment of salaries and pension to retired workers are outstanding and worthy of emulation by all Nigerians”, Chief Ugbaja said.

He congratulated the governor on his first year of his second tenure and prayed God to continue to guide him through the rest of his tenure.

Meanwhile the South East Youth Movement of Nigeria has commended Governor Willie Obiano for his right choice of candidates when making appointments to key sectors of the economy.

At their meeting in Enugu over the weekend, the group described the right choices of appointees as contributory to the good governance witnessed in Anambra State since March 2014.

It commended the governor for appointing a “highly skilled educationist” and a man of “integrity”, Chief Patrick Ejike Ugbaja as the Executive Chairman ASUBEB, Awka, positing that with his wealth of experience, the board will get the much desired lift, and Governor Obiano’s robust policies to entrench quality service delivery in the education sector will get a great boost.

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