Posted by News Express | 4 May 2017 | 1,263 times
The National Conscience Party (NCP) in the South-East has applauded Governor Dave Umahi of Ebonyi State for his massive infrastructural development of the state.
The party, in a statement signed by nine of its officials, including the National Deputy Chairman in the zone, Prince Goodluck Ob, said Umahi’s efforts had given the state a facelift.
It noted in the communiqué dated April 29, 2017, that the three flyovers at the newly named Offia Nwali (Presco) Junction, Akanu Ibiam Roundabout and International Market on the Trans Sahara Highway had enhanced the aesthetic beauty of the state capital.
The NCP added that the three flyovers “announce the beauty of the state to any visitor the moment the person enters.”
It also lauded Governor Umahi for restoring peace between Ezillo and Ezza-Ezillo communities in Ishielu Local Government Area of the state.
The statement reads in part, "The South-East zone of NCP also commends the Executive Governor of Ebonyi State, His Excellency Engr. David Nweze Umahi, for restoring lasting peace between warring parties of Ezillo and Ezza-Ezillo communities, both in Ishielu Local Government Area of Ebonyi State and also for a visible massive infrastructural projects spread all over the state especially, the three flyovers that welcome every visitor to the state.”
The party pointed out that Governor Umahi has not only embarked on road projects within the state capital which according to it “were bad before he came on board but beautified the road to the Government House, Abakaliki.”
The NCP also commended him for the construction of stone based roads in all the LGAs.
“The South-East NCP also noted with delight that before Governor Umahi’s emergence as the Governor in 2015, there was no good road in Ebonyi, including the road that leads to Government House in Abakaliki but the story is now different. The state is now dotted with stone based roads across all the 13 local government areas of the state.”
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