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Gov. Ugwuanyi to commission road projects in Nsukka/Igbo Eze South

Gov. Ugwuanyi to commission road projects in Nsukka/Igbo Eze South

Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State will on 20th of December, 2020, be at the Nsukka/Igbo Eze South Federal Constituency, to commission a list of projects.

The projects were attracted by Rt. Hon. Dr. Patrick Asadu, who is the member representing the said constituency.

The said projects to be commissioned by the Governor include the Agbamere Road in Eha Alumona, (Nsukka Local Government Area) the Inland Road phase 1 of Ibagwa-Aka (Igbo-Eze South LGA).

Governor Ugwuanyi will also inspect the ongoing construction of Umugbabe to Uhunowerre Road project (Igbo-Eze South LGA) and then lay a foundation stone for the construction of Nru Road, in the Nsukka Local Government Area of the State.

According to the release, the Governor will also hand over several empowerment items to the constituents in line with his empowerment agenda in the State.

The empowerment items include, “cars to some beneficiaries, motorcycles to each autonomous community to strengthen security and forest guard programmes”.

The Governor is also expected to flag-off the distribution of power generating sets, clothing materials to women and the elderly in each village, foodstuff to all the 36 wards that make the constituency and monies to the party faithful as palliatives to boost their wellbeing and to encourage political participation in the constituency.

“We are using this medium to invite stakeholders and the good people of Nsukka/Igbo Eze South Federal Constituency to come and witness this people oriented programme billed to take place in Ugwuoye Primary School, Nsukka LG after the commissioning activities”, Asadu said in a press statement.

He said the empowerment programme will not replace the free medical outreach which the Pat Asadu Foundation carries out frequently for his constituents.”

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