Anambra has fared well in 25 years – Obiagwu

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There are several al­legations of distort­ed development in Anambra State in the last 25 years but the Executive Chairman of Old Motor Car Parts Dealers’ Asso­ciation, Ugwuagba Obosi, Idemili North local gov­ernment area, Chief Em­manuel Obiagwu, thinks differently.
Without mincing words, Obiagwu asserts that the state has developed far more than others created along with it in August 1991.
The sectors, which the state has made progress, according to him, are in­frastructure, education, health, human develop­ment, agriculture, science and technology, traditional institutions, trade and in­dustry among others.
He however said that various administrations in the state did not efficiently utilise the state’s resources to develop it during the pe­riod under review.
Obiagwu said: “Succes­sive governors have con­tributed their quotas to­wards developing the state in different ways. Anam­bra is the only state in the country one can travel round within one hour be­cause of its good road net­work.
“Before the creation of the new Anambra State, crime and criminality were common. Each governor that ruled the state since then made concerted ef­forts to create a crime-free society. The incumbent governor, Willie Obiano, gets the highest perfor­mance rating in this re­gard,” he said, stressing that Obiano has registered his footprint in the history of Anambra through his de­velopmental policies and programmes.
Obiagwu furhter stated that “Obiano’s government has done well in the areas of infrastructure. His ad­ministration has built roads and has beautified Anambra cities, especially Awka, the state capital. He has also tack­led security problems, mak­ing Anambra a safe haven for residents and investors.
“He (Obiano) has democ­ratised markets’ leadership in Anambra, established infra­structure therein and halted the activities of motor park and market touts,” Obiangwu said.
The market leader how­ever implored the governor to revisit the state of roads in Mgbuka Obosi Market, es­pecially Fidelity Bank, Skye Bank and Chiakwazie roads within the market, which in his view, is the biggest con­centrated spare parts mar­ket in West Africa, with over 12,000 traders deserve attention.

– Authority

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