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2022: New beginning for Anambra – Obiano

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By Stanley Nwako

Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano has expressed hopes of a greater and more prosperous state in 2022.

Chief Obiano disclosed this in his New Year Message to ndi Anambra at his country home, Aguleri.

Governor Obiano, who stated that 2022 is a new beginning for ndi Anambra, called on illustrious ndị Anambra to heed the Aku Luo Uno Call and bring back their resources home to deepen and expand the development of the state.

” I call on the illustrious sons and daughters of this state who have been planting investments and developing different parts of Nigeria and beyond to answer the Aku Luo Uno call this year and remember Anambra in their business plan”.

He recalled his administration’s strides over the years, including the Anambra International Cargo and Passenger Airport and Awka City Stadium and expressed optimism that the International Convention Center, Awka, would be completed before March of 2022.

“Ndi Anambra, year 2021 will go down in history as an outstanding year in the public memory of Anambra State. It was the year when against incredible odds, Anambra International Cargo and Passenger Airport, Umueri, became a reality”.

He expressed satisfaction that Anambra has become a reference point for a progressive state and asked ndi Anambra to play down on differences to build a more prosperous state, to further reposition the state.

“I call on our brothers and sisters in other parties to join hands with the in-coming governor and place our dear state in an enviable position. We fought the war together, now, let us work together for the greatness of our dear state.

He called for promotion of brotherly love, peace and revival of the great Anambra spirit which ndi Anambra are known for and wished ndi Anambra a happy new year.

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