Soludo Commended for Pace of  Development in Awka 

Soludo Commended for Pace of  Development in Awka 

David-Chyddy Eleke in Awka

The  Governor of  Anambra State, Prof Chukwuma Soludo, has been commended for the pace of development going on in Awka Capital City.

Managing Director of Think Home Developers and Realtors Limited, Mr Machiavelli Chidi Okafor and other real estate developers, gave the testßimony during the groundbreaking ceremony of Oakville Millennium City Estate, Awka.

Okafor said: “Mr Governor, your government is the only government that that has picked a keen interest in giving Awka a befitting state capital which they will be proud of.

“The new government house, the solution fun city 2.0, and numerous other projects. Your road infrastructure that traverses the length and breadth of the state are a testament to your vision for Anambra State.”

Okafor said the capacity that the governor has demonstated is the reason he decided to heed the think-home call of the governor for indigenes to invest at home.

“Anambra people are contributing 30% of housing development in the entire Nigeria, and because of the governor’s call, I have come home to provide the solution I have provided in Lagos and Abuja, down here.”

He added: “Today’s event is a response to that call for Anambra people to invest at home, and I know that our people abroad are also putting resources together to invest at home.

“By the time you are done with your eight years tenure, Anambra would have become the state we all dreamt of. This estate, Oakville is in line with your vision to create a smart city, where our people will love and desire to stay.”

Governor Soludo, who was represented by his Chief of Staff, Mr Ernest Ezeajughi said: “While people are giving excuses, Oakville is here investing and expanding. We will end urge more of our people to come here and invest.

“We are asking that others should borrow a leaf and do same. Our dream of a livable smart mega city is working. Soludo working day and night to ensure completion of the new government house and before long the governor will leave Amawbia for Awka for a permanent government house and governor’s lodge.”

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