By Chinasa Ogbonna
Unauthorized vehicles found plying the streets between the hours of seven and 10am on the monthly sanitation days, would henceforth be used to convey rubbish generated from the exercise to the dump sites to serve as deterrent to other erring motorists.
The warning was given by the Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, during his inspection of the last exercise in Owerri.
He disclosed that different task forces would be established to be supported by a mobile court as he commended the security agencies in the state for ensuring public compliance.
The governor urged Imo people to take cleanliness as a priority and to ensure that their environments are always clean.
He reiterated that his administration’s objective is to make Imo the cleanest in the country to encourage healthy living and attract investors.
And in another development, the Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, last Sunday spoke against the “get-rich” mentality of some people and proceeded to give tips on keys to success.
In his remarks at the Sunday church service at the Victory Chapel, Government House, Owerri on the theme, “uncommon wisdom”, he urged Imo people to embrace the wisdom of small beginning to be successful in life.
According to him, humility and devotion to one’s profession and business with prayers are the keys to success.
He noted that many people have failed or remained unemployed because they were not wise enough to harness the opportunities around them.
Equally, he said, some businessmen have failed because they have started from the top instead of starting small and working to the top.
The governor urged Imo people to be focused and devote themselves to the service of God to succeed in life as he assured them that his government in the second tenure will be devoted to improving the people’s life.