The state government of Imo, led by Governor Hope Uzodinma, has announced its readiness to create a new security team by November 30, 2021. The government also said the security team will be a combination of local and community police network.
Information and Strategy Commissioner Declan Emelumba questioned House reporters shortly after the IMO state executive committee meeting at Douglas House Owerri on Wednesday, saying the IMO government had approved the creation of 50 health centers statewide for development to support government to bring the people together.
The Commissioner also announced that the government has also completed plans to create new development centers, adding that these centers will start soon. According to the commissioner, the number of development centers will rise from 44 to 50, underlining that the presidents of the city’ s trade unions will be members of the development centers where the city is located.
Emelumba said that involving community association presidents should bring government closer to the people.
In related development, State Governor of Adamawa, Ahmadu Fintiri attacked the opposition parties on Wednesday, saying they were only loud. Fintiiri, a member of the People’ s Democratic Party (PDP), became governor in 2019 after defeating Senator Jibrilla Bindow, of whom the All Progressives Congress (APC) remains a major opponent. criticism of his government.
Rumors from APC often question the projects Fintiri is working on, most notably the completed transfer to Yola and another Grade A exchange nearing completion. Fintiri responded to reporters’ questions as he watched the progress of the pending trade deal at the old police roundabout on Wednesday night, particularly about the opposition’ s pessimism that it may not be able to complete the project and have rice. ” We have noisy ones, ” he said.
There is no opposition in the state. I didn’ t see her. I have to tell you that there are only people who make noise” . According to the governor, critics of his efforts only cry when an opportunity is missed. ” You have this opportunity, you cannot take it. You haven’ t even looked at this condition before. We have been here for less than three years and people have seen important projects, ” she said.
In response to another question, he told reporters that there would likely be a third evacuation from the state capital during his tenure. Adamu Atiku Abubakar, commissioner for construction and energy of Alhaji state, also told reporters during the quality exchange inspection that the project is 90% complete and should be ready to be operational by the end of next year. year. month.