Imo indigenes hail Okorocha’s devt strides

| January 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

IMO State indigenes living outside the state were full of praises for the state governor, Rochas Okorocha, for the developmental strides of his administration.

 Some of them, who spoke would Sunday Tribune, praised the governor’s performance in the areas of road construction and maintenance, education, health care delivery as well as security.

  In his commendation, human rights activist and head, Human Rights Writers Associations (HURIWA), Comrade Emmanuel Onwubiko, said he was amazed at the level of infrastructural development which the state had recorded under Okorocha.

 He, however, appealed to the governor to extend the same gestures to rural areas in the state.

 Also, an Abuja-based journalist and editor of Global Paragon News magazine, Mr Anacletus Anyanwuocha, observed that Okorocha’s administration had almost equalled the records of the first civilian governor of the state, Chief Sam Mbakwe.

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