Senator Hope Uzodimma, the governor of Imo State, has received praise from the Imo Council of Elders for a number of outstanding accomplishments during the past 40 months of the Shared Prosperity Government in Imo.
Their evaluation was based on the Governor’s persistent dedication to openness and accountability as well as the fulfillment of the commitments he made to Ndi Imo during the previous three years.
In his remarks, Professor Maurice Iwu praised the Governor for restoring the ancient Igbo custom known as Oha na Eze, where community members discuss state-related concerns. He remarked that the imolites have been well-prepared for the new world by the governor.
Nevertheless, he suggested that the Governor establish an academy to retrain Imolites in digital skills.
Chief Dan Anyanwu praised the governor for his achievements that could be seen on Imo State’s streets.
According to him, “You have satisfied some of us who were afraid if you will deliver and you have delivered beyond our satisfaction. The internet tigers have been subdued by your performances”.
After more than ten years in which the state had not participated in pilgrimage, His Grace Archbishop Onuoha, the Archbishop of the Ecclesiastical Province Communion, thanked the Governor for sponsoring 1000 Imo people to the Holyland and for many other outstanding achievements in the State.
While highlighting the achievements of the Shared Prosperity Government, Governor Uzodimma announced the recruitment and training of 10,000 Primary school teachers in the State.
He reaffirmed that the Imo State Charter of Equity is here to stay and vowed to make sure that his administration strictly abided by its established tenets.