By Margret Ikiriko
The Paramount Ruler of Abara Community, Eze Jonah Nwala, has reaffirmed that Abara Community is peaceful and suitable for sustainable investments.
The monarch who gave the assurance while chatting with newsmen in his home town, commended Governor Nyesom Wike for his developmental strides particularly the idea of taking some faculties of the Rivers State University to other parts of the state to fasttrack development.
He said siting the faculty of Agriculture in Abara Community shows the depth of love the governor has for the people of Abara, while describing the governor as a voice to the voiceless people.
Eze Nwala said with the kind gesture done them, all the nine villages that made up Abara Community have teamed up to jealously guide the project and have given all necessary support to the contractor to ensure that the purpose of the project is not defeated.
He expressed enthusiasm over the speed and quality of work being done on the project, arguing that when the project is completed it would pave way for development, job creation, enhance the road network, social life, etc.
The monarch also appealed to the governor to continue to execute more visible projects that have direct impacts on the people and also not forget siting the police station he promised them that would boost the security network. He called on investors to come to Abara Community for investment as they have provided an enabling environment for legitimate businesses to thrive.
Eze Nwala called on the youths to ensure that they continue to cooperate with the contractors and the school management so that the project can be completed at the specified period, saying anything contrary to that would be a stumbling block to the progress and development of Abara Community.