Anambra @ 30: Residents Of Enugwu -Ukwu Community Njikoka Council Area Scores State High In Security, Infrastructural Development

Anambra @ 30: Residents Of Enugwu -Ukwu Community Njikoka Council Area Scores State High In Security, Infrastructural Development

As Anambra celebrates its thirtieth anniversary, residents of Enugwu-Ukwu community in Njikoka Local Government Area have rated the State high in both security architecture and infrastructural development.

ABS Correspondent, Amarachukwu Okafor reports that while speaking to the ABS, Mr Michael Nwobu, a resident of the town, expressed satisfaction with the development in Anambra State and described the State as the best in the South-East geopolitical zone.

He expressed gratitude to Governor Willie Obiano for his legacy projects and prayed God to keep blessing the State.

Another resident of the community, Mr Patrick Okeke wished Anambra State a happy thirtieth anniversary and appreciated Governor Willie Obiano for the security architecture and opportunities availed to both indigenes and non-indigenes living in the State.

For Mrs Maryann Okoye and Miss Chioma Udoka, Ndi Anambra must continue to support the government and Anambra at large, for greater achievements.

Meanwhile, the traditional ruler of Nise in Awka South Local Government Area Igwe Romanus Iloh says the thirtieth year anniversary of Anambra State calls for sober reflection.

Speaking to the ABS, Igwe Iloh, who paid glowing tribute to all the founding fathers    of the State called on the people of Anambra State to see its development as collective responsibility.

He extolled the past Governors of the State and the incumbent Governor Willie Obiano for series of policies aimed at transforming the State. UPSOT

Igwe Iloh while rating the infrastructural development in Anambra State high described the Anambra International Cargo and Passenger Airport at Umueri in Anambra East Local Government Area, the International Conference Center in Awka among others, as legacy projects of the Obiano administration that needs to be consolidated