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NOA State Director Nwoji Wants Ndi Anambra To Embrace Obiano's 'Think Home Philosophy'.





04 MAY 2018.

WRITTEN BY PAUL EZEOKE
Ndi Anambra have been urged to take ownership of government projects and programmes to achieve the desired goals.

Speaking to journalists in Awka , the state Director of the National orientation Agency, NOA, Barrister Charles Nwoji, noted that a lot of people in Diaspora are responding to Governor Willie Obiano’s “Think- Home Philosophy’s mantra .

Barrister Nwoji said stakeholders should contribute toward the development of communities and the state in general by bringing new ideas and resources that would help government to consolidate on achievements already on ground .

He noted that Governor Obiano has done very well in many areas including security and has provided conducive business environment for investors.

On the on-going Continuous Voter Registration , the NOA State Director noted that sustained mass mobilization and sensitization by the Agency and other stakeholders have increased people’s participation in the exercise as they are now more aware of their civic responsibilities.

Also speaking , a social Affairs Analyst based in the United kingdom , Mr. Hurbert Oragui, observed that Governor Obiano’s administration has done very well in comprehensive development of sectors of the state economy including providing effective and efficient security infrastructure that has eliminated all forms of crime in the state using modern technology in crime fighting as obtained in developed world while the street lightening project has not only restored night life but has equally added to the state security apparatus.

He, however, called on government to sustain efforts towards the implementation of the use of close circuit television in surveillance and security as well as continue the present drive to tackle street trading and illegal revenue collection to restore sanity on roads and markets in the state.

According to Mr. Oragui, Ihere should be more interventions in public schools, especially in provision of facilities and capacity building for teachers to give more children access to education.

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