You’ve done well – Gov tells Tech Committee members

By Chukwudi Ikpe

Imo State governor, Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha has lauded the outcome of the Transition Technical Committee (TTC) set up to develop a blue print for the success of the present administration in the state.
He gave the kudos in his address during the special celebration to mark the first 100 days in office, of his administration in Owerri last week.
Governor Ihedioha, who described the members of the Committee as technocrats and dependable patriots, also commended them for their relentless and immeasurable efforts towards the ‘Rebuild Imo Agenda’, stressing that the impressive performance of his administration in its first 100 days was as a result of the recommendations of the committee.
He made it clear that his government has achieved a lot in its first 100 days and reiterated his promise to carry every pas of the state along as well as redeem his campaign promises.
The governor assured the people of the state that his administration will continue to take necessary steps to restore Imo as the cleanest state in Nigeria.
He expressed satisfaction with the level of work carried out so far by the state Environmental Transformation Commission (ENTRACO) and pointed out that the commission has been mobilized to ensure its efficiency.
The Governor stated that two judicial panels of inquiry have been set up to look into the management of the state allocation from 2005 to 2019 as well as the award of contracts by the state government from 2005 to 2019.
He also disclosed that an enquiry has been put in place to look into the management of Local Governments from 2011 to 2019, adding that the panels were made up of credible Imolites with impeccable characters who, he optimized, will give Imo justice.
Ihedioha enumerated other achievements of this administration in education, health, security, infrastructure and expressed gratitude to Imolites, for their sacrifices and support.
He commended the Imo State House of Assembly and remarked that the success of his administration in its first 100 days in office would not have been achieved without their help and cooperation.
The highpoint of the event was the commissioning of sanitation equipment procured by the state government for ENTRACO.
The Anglican Bishop of Mbaise, Rt. Rev. Chamberlain Ogunedo, who said the opening prayer, also led the closing prayer.
Deputy Governor, Hon. Gerald Irona, Imo Commissioner of Police, Rabiu Ladodo, commissioners, Imo House of Assembly members, local government chairmen, bishops, traditional rulers as well as youth and women organizations  were all in attendance.