From Ifeoma Ejiofor
The President of Imo General Assembly (IGA) Nnewi chapter, Chief Chinedu Igwe has called on the Imo State governor, Sen. Hope Uzodimma to intensify his effort towards keeping the state secure.
Chief Igwe while speaking with journalists said that security is the highest point for any administration noting that little can be achieved in a place devoid of security.
The IGA boss who is also the chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Suzuki Don International Ltd noted that though security is a collective responsibilit, he added that the state government must sparehead the efforts.
Chief Igwe while congratulating Sen. Hope Uzodimma over his reelection said that the second tenure is a unique opportunity for the Imo State governor to right the wrongs observable in the first tenure.
“Now that the governorship elections are over, I congratulate Sen Uzodimma for his reelection, I hope he would address the infrastructural decay in Imo State in his second tenure.
“Imo State has always occupy a unique position in Igboland, it is imperative that infrastructural facilities in the state be stepped up, so that our beloved state can continue to take her pride of place in Southeast in particular and Nigeria in general,” Chief Igwe stressed.
When asked to comment on the last Imo State governorship election, Chief Igwe said that he was not surprised that the incumbent governor outclassed candidates of other political parties.
“I said it before the election that opposing political parties were fielding weak candidates against the incumbent governor, so how can I be surprised to see what I saw long time ago coming to pass,” he quipped.