Mon. May 10th, 2021

Dr. Aham Uko, has commended Autonomous Communities in the State.

The Commissioner for Finance, Dr. Aham Uko, has commended Autonomous Communities in the State for continuously complementing the efforts of government in the development of the State.

Dr. Uko who made the commendation while commissioning the three hundred KVA electricity transformer and Ultra-Modern Bus Stop as well as swearing-in of the President General and the Village Head of Akpahia Obiohuru Autonomous Community, Ohuhu in Umuaha North Local Government Area, eulogized the community for their self-help efforts and urged them not to relent.

In their remarks, the Chairman, Umuahia North Local Government Area, Mr. Ugochukwu Njikonye and his Predecessor and Chairman on the occasion, Comrade Lucky Akabuike, described the feat achieved by the community as a milestone and lauded the President General, Mr. kelechi Gabriel, for his philanthropy and his leadership zeal while encouraging him to sustain the tempo.

Swearing in the President General, Mr. kelechi Gabriel and the Village Head, Chief Friday Okwandu, the Traditional Ruler of the Community, Eze Christian Emezuo, charged them to run an inclusive administration and make unity and peace of the community a priority while praying God to give them the grace and wisdom to succeed.

In his address earlier, the President General, Akpahia, Obiohuru Development Union, Mr. Kelechi Gabriel recalled that the Community transformer broke down since December last year and thanked the illustrious indigenes of the community for their contributions for the procurement of the new three hundred KVA and Bus-Stop projects.

Responding after the swearing-in-ceremony, the Village Head of the Community, Chief Friday Okwandu, thanked the people of Akpahia Obiohuru for the confidence reposed in them and called for their continued support while assuring that they will put in their best in service.

The ceremony attracted notable Traditional Rulers in Ohuhu land and other eminent personalities across the State.

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