Anambra community lauds Obi

| March 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

To commission self-help projects

GOVERNOR Peter Obi has been commended by Omogho community in Orumba North local council for executing various projects and programmes across Anambra State.

The commendation was made by the president-general of Omogho Town Union, Chief Reginald Chigozie Onyeaka (JP), who enjoined Obi to extend his development strides to his (the former’s) community.

He also said the governor and other prominent Nigerians are expected at the commissioning of some projects executed by him (Onyeaka) in the community, which include a police station, health centre and model market.

Onyeaka (a.k.a Ezekwueche) is the Chief Executive Officer of Regon Global Communications Ltd, Light King Electronics Ltd and R. N. Iwollo Nig. Ltd (importers and exporters)

He particularly praised the governor for the construction of a five-star hotel in Onitsha, which has also created numerous jobs, and facilitating petroleum exploration in Anambra, which has now put it on the map of oil producing states in Nigeria.

Onyeaka also lauded Igwe P.N. Anugwu (JP) of Mbaukwu who is a director of Julius Berger for his contributions to the development of the state and nation.

Onyeaka added: “The Igwe of Mbaukwu, who is my political godfather, has brought development and investments to Igboland and Nigeria”.

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