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 UK based Imo indigenes have advised Gov Hope Uzodimma to explore other methods including diplomatic approach to resolve the lingering security breaches in the state The advice is contained in a statement issued by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor Mr Oguwike Nwachuku and made available to newsmen in Owerri on Thursday Nwachuku explained that the advice was part of the group s resolutions reached at its meeting presided over by its Chairman Emmanuel Aghaluke with the state Commissioner for Information Mr Declan Emelumba in attendance The group operating under the aegis of Oru Nation was said to have expressed concern that the recourse to the use of force in tackling the crisis especially in Orlu Zone was counterproductive According to the statement the group hailed the development initiatives of the governor especially in road construction and good governance We are happy with the information from home that bad roads dilapidated and moribund industries are being addressed the communique read The group was also reported to have promised to sensitise the Imo residents in the UK about government s genuine efforts to transform the state It also pledged to support the Uzodimma led administration to do more for the state The communique quoted the commissioner to have briefed the group about the state government s development initiatives that had changed the landscape of the state Emelumba listed the roads being built by Uzodinma s administration to include the Owerri Orlu and Owerri Okigwe Roads He explained that the roads had been dualised and completed He further stated that the Owerri Mbaise Umuahia Road and Orlu Mgbe Akokwa Uga Road had been awarded for reconstruction He pointed out that more than 100 roads built within Uzodinma s two years in office were meant to stimulate the state economy The commissioner urged Imo indigenes in the Diaspora to invest in the state and support the governor to rebuild the state www nannews ng NewsSourceCredit NAN
UK-based Imo indigenes urge diplomatic measures in tackling insecurity

1 UK-based Imo indigenes have advised Gov. Hope Uzodimma to explore other methods, including diplomatic approach, to resolve the lingering security breaches in the state.

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2 The advice is contained in a statement issued by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Mr Oguwike Nwachuku, and made available  to newsmen in Owerri on Thursday.

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3 Nwachuku explained that the advice was part of the group’s resolutions reached at its meeting, presided over by its Chairman, Emmanuel Aghaluke, with the state Commissioner for Information, Mr Declan Emelumba, in attendance.

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4 The group, operating under the aegis of Oru Nation, was said to have expressed concern that the recourse to the use of force in tackling the crisis, especially  in Orlu Zone, was counterproductive.

5 According  to the statement, the group hailed the development initiatives of the governor, especially in road construction and good governance.

6 “We are happy with the information from home that bad roads, dilapidated and moribund industries are being addressed,” the communique read.

7 The group was also reported to have promised to sensitise the Imo residents in the UK about government’s genuine efforts to transform the state.

8 It also pledged to support the Uzodimma-led administration to do more for the state.

9 The communique quoted the commissioner to have  briefed the group about the state government’s development initiatives that had changed the landscape of the state.

10 Emelumba listed the roads being built by Uzodinma’s administration to include the Owerri-Orlu and Owerri-Okigwe Roads.

11 He explained that the roads had been dualised and completed.

12 He further stated that the Owerri-Mbaise-Umuahia Road and Orlu-Mgbe-Akokwa-Uga Road, had been awarded for reconstruction.

13 He pointed out that more than 100 roads built within Uzodinma’s two years in office were meant to stimulate the state economy.

14 The commissioner urged Imo indigenes in the Diaspora to invest in the state and support the governor to rebuild the state.

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