Gov. Willie Obiano returned to Ogbaru on his maiden visit since his election. ?Ogbaru delivered fully at both the gubernatorial and local government elections, by voting overwhelmingly for APGA led government.
This time around the governor did not come to ask for votes but to say thank you to the Ogbaru and begin the process of redeeming his campaign?four Cs ?promise to continue, complete, commission and commence new projects.
The governor was accompanied by two prominent Ogbaru indigenes who are in government; ?Speaker Chinwe Nwaebili and ?SSG Oseloka H. Obaze. ?Traditional Rulers like HRH Nelson Esmai and HRH PC Agabah graced the occasion.
Gov.?Obiano’s first stop was at Iyi-Owa Odekpe, where he directed that two spur adjoining the road to Madonna Church should be completed. ??He then inspected the Atani-Ossomala-Ogwu-Ikpele road, being constructed by Inter-Bau. He expressed deep satisfaction at the quality and progress of the work. He also noted that the road was very strategic since on completion it would link Onitsha commercial town directly to a sea port in Rivers States. ?He therefore directed that the three kilometers that would connect Ogwu-Ikpele to Ndoni in Rivers State should also be added to the road contract. The Contractor promised to complete the job by December 2014.
At Atani ?Gov. Obiano inspected the Atani-Ozubulu Turnpike which is nearing completion and is expected to be finished by July 2014.?At a brief civic reception at Atani, Gov. Obiano said he returned to redeem his campaign pledged to complete any project started by the Gov. Obi administration, and also to ensure that the quality of work was up to the acceptable standard. At the end of the event the, SSG ?Oseloka H. Obaze gave the vote of thanks to Gov. Obiano in impeccable Igbo, in deference to the extant statute that only Igbo should be spoken on Wednesdays.
Source?Oderaigbo
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