By Sunny A. Ijomah
The Senator representing Anambra Central Senatorial District in the National Assembly Senator Victor Umeh says at twenty-seven, Ndi Anambra have every reason to thank God judging by the uninterrupted growth and development of the state especially since the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) came on board.
Chief Umeh stated this at Adazinnukwu in Anaocha Council Area while speaking to newsmen on the journey of the state since 27 years ago.
He identified human capital development as one of the major ways of fostering development in any society noting that the Obiano led administration has continued to boost entrepreneurial spirit among youths of the state and launched the state above its peers.
Also speaking, the Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Barrister Rita Maduagwu said APGA governments in the state have made the most significant efforts towards the development of the state since creation in 1991.
In her goodwill message to mark the twenty seven years anniversary of the state, Barrister Maduagwu congratulated the founding fathers of the state, past governors and military administrators as well as the entire citizenry on their contributions in moving the state forward.
The Speaker who applauded Governor Willie Obiano for being the only Governor to take development of the state to the grassroots through his unprecedented forty million naira community chose your project initiative, also commended him for achieving maximum security of lives and property for Ndi Anambra.
On his part, a former Deputy Vice Chancellor Academics University of Calabar who is also the traditional ruler of Adazinnukwu Professor Augustine Obikaezie, said a lot of silent revolutions are taking place in the state, noting that every Onye Anambra is benefiting from the quality leadership of the present administration.
He reminded the federal government of some outstanding projects in the state including the River Niger Sea Port and the Second Niger Bridge which he noted if completed will boost the states and national economies.