By Dennis Agbo
The Ozalla Abor community in the Udi Local Government Area of Enugu State has commended the urban and rural development strides of the Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi led administration in the State describing it as unprecedented and revolutionary.
Representatives of the community who made this known during a courtesy call on the Managing Director of the Enugu State Housing Development Corporation, (ESHDC) Mr Chiemelie Agu, said the Governor has continued to deliver his promises in this regard with unbridled commitment and fervour.
A spokesman for the Community, Mr. Ferdinand Agbo said they were at the Corporation to express their gratitude to the Governor for sitting the Conquest mega Housing Estate in the community saying the project was bound to engender unprecedented economic and social development in the area while boosting the Governor’s commitment to the development of the housing sector in Enugu State.
He pledged the “total and unqualified” support of the community to the project adding that the indigenes were prepared to take all necessary measures to ensure that the project was fully and speedily realised.
He further commended the ESHDC Managing Director, Mr Agu, for the peaceful and cordial manner with which handled the negotiations with the Community saying that his mature and genial disposition played a significant role in ensuring the support of the entire community.
Addressing the community, Mr Agu reiterated Governor Ugwuanyi’s determination to take development to every community in the state in line with his plan for holistic and integrated development of the whole state.
While thanking the Ozalla Abor community for their support for the project and for the Ugwuanyi administration, Agu disclosed that the Conquest estate which according to him, would cost over 1.8 billion naira to complete was just one of many that the Government planned to develop in various parts of the state.
He added that the project was expected to trigger massive infrastructural and economic development in the area.
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