Team Work, Involvement of Stakeholders, Key to Restoring Sanity, Security, Peace in Ihiala LGA – TC Chairman

By Mmaduabuchi Onwumelu

The Transition Committee Chairman of Ihiala Local Government Area of Anambra State, Engr Anayo Orjiakor, has given teamwork, and involvement of stakeholders as the key components geared towards restoring maximum security, sanity and lasting peace in the council area.

The Council boss who stated this in Awka during one of his visits said the secret behind his quick success was his total resolve to ensure that all those that mattered were involved in the day to day running of the local government, even as he implored all Ihiala indigenes to join him in his task of repositioning the area, assuring that he was ready to welcome and accept any idea that would place the council area on the path of progress.

Engr Orjiakor urged the people of Ihiala Local Government Area, both at home and in diaspora, to contribute their quota towards making the council area the cynosure of all eyes, emphasizing that the job of building a livable and prosperous Ihiala rested squarely on Ndi Ihiala.

The Transition Committee Chairman noted that he had a workable plan that would take the LGA to it pride of place, acknowledging that they were leveraging the human-faced government put in place by Governor Chukwuma Soludo, adding that he owed his little achievement as Council boss to Governor Soludo whom he described as a humane pathfinder and achiever.

Orjiakor paid a glowing tribute to Governor Soludo for his special interest in security, as well as making Anambra State livable and prosperous, stating that he was particularly impressed with the way the Governor was going about the governance of the state.

‘I thank Gov Soludo for the opportunity to contribute my quota. I thank the Governor for his magnanimity. I thank my people for their support. I am happy with what Gov Chukwuma Soludo is doing in Anambra State. I am happy with his good work in Anambra State, essentially in the areas of infrastructural development, security and human capital development,’ he concluded.

The TC Chairman, while eulogizing the state’s number one citizen, enjoined Ndi Ihiala to work towards developing the local Government, saying that that development of Ihiala remained a collective responsibility.