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There is massive infrastructural renewal – Okoli

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WHAT do you think about Governor Obiano’s six years in office? 

  From close observation, and judging by his unprecedented scorecard in all sectors and sections of the state, especially in terms of security, Ndi Anambra can now sleep with their two eyes closed.

  There is massive infrastructural renewal, i.e. street lights, road infrastructures that positively transformed the landscape and novel policies and programmes that changed the lives of many for good.

  On security, In response to the public outcry over the increase in spate of crime, Governor Willie Obiano rebranded the Operation Kpochapu, a joint task force comprising the Nigerian Police, Army, Navy, Civil Defence and Men of Ocha Brigade in an unprecedented move.He donated equipment worth billions of naira to the joint task force. According to him, when there is security of lives and property, more businesses will spring up in the state and such will facilitate job creation, while the taxes derived from the jobs would be judiciously utilised to provide amenities for the people, thereby making life comfortable and easier for them.

  Road infrastructure is perhaps one of the biggest beneficiary of the impactful administration of Governor Obiano as no part of the state was left behind in the last six years. State Government completed significant road projects which have in turn contributed to make life easier for residents and positively changed the landscape of the state while several others are on-going.

  What other things would you expect the governor to achieve before the end of his tenure?

  By the end of Gov. Willie Obiano’s tenure, I wish he consolidates on the gains his administration has achieved so far. More importantly, I wish he completes the Anambra State International Cargo Airport just as he promised. (Sunday Okoli works under Ministry of Works)

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