A famend United Nations (UN) and Financial Neighborhood of West African States (ECOWAS) guide on schooling and improvement, Prof Gregory Ibe, has recommended the Governor of Abia State, Okezie Ikpeazu over the continuing Infrastructural improvement within the State.
The Professor, who can also be the Chancellor of Gregory College Uturu and Chairman Proprietors of Non-public Universities in Nigeria, in an announcement made accessible yo DAILY POST praised the Governor for embarking on tasks that influence positively on the lives of Abians.
“I need to commend my brother and good friend Governor Okezie Ikpeazu for evolving a novel type of improvement that seeks to realize an ideal mix of human capital development and infrastructural transformation.
“He realized the derivable advantages of accelerating the capability of the Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMSE), therefore he launched and sustained the promotion of regionally made items and companies.
“The industrialization blueprint which includes coaching and equipping native artisans with improved manufacturing methods has turn into a potent set off to the financial improvement of the state.
“Additionally, by Implementing the coverage of setting up a community of stable roads particularly in Aba, the Governor has attracted extra native and international investments to our state.
“I’m, subsequently, not shocked that the Nationwide Bureau of Statistics (NBS) just lately rated our state because the third vacation spot of alternative for buyers, subsequent solely to Lagos and Abuja and that is the start of better issues but to occur in our state,” he mentioned.
The Professor additional urged residents of the State to reciprocate the gesture by dealing with public infrastructure with care.
“I, subsequently, implore our individuals to associate the federal government by making certain the longevity of each public infrastructure constructed by this administration.
“Via regionally raised neighborhood sanitation, safety vigilante teams and making certain frequent scooping of drainages without spending a dime move of water.
“These unlucky acts of lawlessness have continued to plague our improvement and must be stopped by our individuals.
“Let’s assist the federal government to assist us, by proudly owning these pricey public infrastructure, to make sure they serve us longer”, he added.