By Princely Onyenwe, Imo
A few moments ago at an undisclosed hotel in Owerri Imo, political analysts reiterate that the possibility of good governance in Imo state is to instil stiffer penalties to stop unnecessary stubbornness and recalcitrant attitude of the majority of Imo people to make them accept good governance to salvage the state mostly at this time when His Excellency Governor Hope Uzodinma has taken charge of the state completely.
In a media talk with 9news Nigeria correspondent in Owerri, a former contestant of Imo state governorship and an academic professor made this known from a media interview with him.
Also, another social critic inline with the recent day politics made his point clear to state that Imo people need a strong hand to govern. He hinted that the firmer governor Okorocha tried his best to put the state on a development track by his hard mindedness which brought good to Imo state and advised the governor to change his way of governance to achieve the best for the state.
Recall that governor Uzodinma promised to work for the state to surpass the footprints of his predecessors as enclosed in his 3R mantra.
The governor has rolled out good policies to improve the state but cannot achieve anything good unless he uses hard measures since the public range has remained recalcitrant to obey the laws.
Meanwhile, 9news went round to check the state of Douglas, Mbaise and Okigwe roads and found out that the problem Imo government has is the market people who feel that they are above the laws of government.
9news was shocked by the recent deposits of waste along the roads and the replacement of walkways along Tetlow by Okigwe drainages to ridicule the efforts of IMSWAMA and ENTRACO.
It is a call in the right direction to ask the government to match their words and policies with action to achieve the desired leadership Imo needs.
9News Nigeria (Owerri)
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