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By Kingsley Ezekwelu 

Anambra's Gov Willie Obiano has maintained that his administration was poised toward containing the devastating effects of the prevailing economic recession in the state.

He said also that state government has been making efforts to created enabling environment, opportunities and adequate security network round the state in other to reposition Anambra state for prosperity.
Gov Obiano while addressing a delegation of the state's chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN who paid a courtsey visit to him at the governor's Lodge, Amawbia, said that due to inadequate funds presently, the state government was critically targeting prime sectors that have direct positive effects on the people of the state.

He also said that it was because of this that the state economy was still afloat despite the downturn in its fortunes. 

He noted that his administration had in response to the recession, pruned down its expenditure and plugged all corruption windows, adding that the result has been greater efficiency in its processes and greater success with little imputs. 

The governor appreciatd CAN's support to his administration so far, appealed for their unrelated and fervent prayers to enable him triumph in his tenure. 

Speaking earlier, Sir Anselem Okafor ,the Senior Special Assistant to the governor on Religious Matters asserted that various blocs of CAN constituting greater percentage of the christians in the state, have in their separate meetings affirmed solidarity with the present administration under Obianos watch.

He laid emphasis that it has become more imperative for them to visibly show it through their votes during the upcoming guber election. 

The State Chairman of CAN, Senior Apostle Tim Okpala commended the governor on his achievements especially in the area of payment of workers' salaries, security, community development and promoting Inter-denominational harmony and to express their unalloyed support for his administration.

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