Enugu Citizens Get Respite As Ogontu/Apama/ Inyi Mgbowo Road is Commissioned!

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In line with the concept of delivering the dividends of democracy, the people of Enugu State has never had it so good as their son, Ike Ekweremadu brings infrastructure development to the people of Inyi, Enugu State . The Commissioning of several kilometres road transversing several communities which  has  shown and  demonstrated what representative democracy is all about and making Ike Ekweremadu man of the people !

Having commissioned the project to the delight of the Indigenes and citizens of the area , Ike Ekweremadu said that
“It was my pleasure to commission the Ogontu/Apama/ Inyi Mgbowo road project, which I attracted to make life better for my constituents. I return all the glory to God. “

It is expected that the road would quicken the do of those community and also bring a lot of projects to them. Known as farmers, the people are elated that their crops and agricultural products would get to the market timely thereby reducing the travel time and operation expenditure that these indigent farmers encounter on daily basis.

Anthony Nwosu

 

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