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Traditional PM Hails Uzodinma For Constructing Ihiagwa Road

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Dr. Kel­echukwu Okere who is the Traditional Prime Minister of Owerri West LGA, has showered praises on the state Governor Hope Uzodinma over the ongoing construction of Ihiagwa road.

He applauded the governor for hearing the plea for assistance from the Ihiagwa people, who had complained that the governor was marginalising them.

Remember how he had previously voiced his concerns to draw attention to the pain and suffering on the poor road, which has been ignored for more than four years and is impeding the once-thriving community’s economic activities?

Ihiagwa, which played host to two federal institutions – Federal University of Technology and the Police Training School, with a major link road to Port Harcourt Road, has been abandoned for years despite continued appeal from residents and stakeholders.

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Okere encouraged the gover­nor to go beyond the laterite sur­facing stage, observed during the festive season and instead implement asphalting for road construction. He emphasized that this would contribute to establishing a long-lasting road infrastructure.

Furthermore, he appealed for the reconstruction of the con­necting bridge between Ihiag­wa and the Port Harcourt Road, emphasizing the importance of enhancing seamless mobility in the area.

Addressing the concerns closer to home, Okere urged the FUTO community to actively ad­dress the deteriorating roads on the school campus. He stressed the need for prompt action, high­lighting that the condition of the roads is as dire as that of the Ihiagwa Road.

In another report, the Government of Imo State has announced a ban on display by masquerades in communities in the Ideato North Local Government Area of the state.

This is contained in a statement addressed to the chairman of Ideato North LGA Council of Traditional Institute and Community Policing, Eze K.N Kanu, by the chairman of the state council of the institute, Eze Emmanuel Okeke.

The statement dated the 1st of December was sighted by our correspondent in Owerri, the state capital on Monday.

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