The Community Liaison Officer (CLO) between Monnier Constructions Company Nig. Ltd (MCC) Igwuruta Community and the Rivers State Government, Hon Ken Amadi Iche, has sent an agenda for the State Governor, Sir Sim Fubara and his team to enable them succeed in the onerous task of governance.
Speaking with newsmen in course of the celebration to mark the election victory, successful inauguration and smooth transition of government in the state, Hon Amadi said it is important that stakeholders rally round and support the youthful governor with wise advice for him to deliver good governance in the interest of all.
Hon Amadi who is also the Community Development Committee (CDC) chairman of Igwuruta used the opportunity to advice the governor to consider completing the internal roads in Igwuruta Community, Ikwerre LGA which his predecessor could not complete because of time factor since government is continuum.
According to him, “government should give priority attention to the opening of internal roads like the DFFRI road from Igwuruta –IPO-Omademe-Ozuaha for instance to help in the evacuation of farm produce”.
He maintained that it is equally important that Governor Fubara administration concentrate effort on the rehabilitation of dilapidated schools in the State especially that of the Igwuruta secondary school which includes fencing the property to ward off criminals activities in the area.
“Education should be given priority attention by awarding Bursary and other forms of funding for the educational institutions in the interest of our children who are the leaders of tomorrow”, he said.
Hon Amadi also appealed to the Fubara administration to equally ensure that all the moribund industries in the State are revitalized to boost the economy, employ the teeming unemployed youths and as well encourage investors who have left the State to return.
Hon Amadi who is also a PDP Stalwart in KELGA Ward 12 used the opportunity to express the appreciation of his community to the immediate past governor of Rivers State, Chief Barr. Nyesom Wike for all he did for them and wish his successor will follow his footsteps even as he advised Amaopusenibo Fubara to feel free to seek for useful advice from the elders.
Hon Amadi also used the chance to congratulate his benefactor and federal lawmaker representing Ikwerre/Emohua Federal Constituency, Rt. Hon Boniface S. Emerengwa, advising him to remain focused and never to be distracted by his political detractors.
The CLO who got an award of excellence for his contributions to the society from a reputable organization said the award excites him and will spur him to double his efforts in reaching out to the less privileged having realized that nothing goes unnoticed in the society.
In response to a question, Hon Amadi said he is confident that Governor Fubara will surpass the expectation of Rivers people and residents the way he has started.
He particularly, appreciated the set of Commissioners the governor has appointed and appealed to them to work as a team, adding that there is nothing wrong in retaining a winning team.
Hon Amadi was particularly happy for the appointment of Hon Kenneth Chisom Gbali as the Commissioners for Youth Development whom he noted will deliver on his mandate, describing him as a grassroot politician who has been tested and trusted.
Hon Amadi also used the opportunity to appeal to the Federal Government to do all within its power to cushion the pains of the fuel subsidy removal, adding that what the Nigerian citizens are passing through now is not what they bargained for after the long suffering of the Buhari administration.