Tuesday, 21 February 2017

My Economic Blueprint, Aimed At Exploring Potentials Towards Economic Prosperity - Gov Obiano

Governor Willie Obiano says the economic blueprint of his administration is aimed at rediscovering and exploring the inherent potentials in the State towards economic prosperity for the benefit of the people.
Governor Obiano was speaking after he received the Silver bird Man of the Year Award in Lagos over the weekend.
Governor Obiano said through his administration's four key development pillars, a new progressive course has been charted for the state especially with his administration's initiative to diversify the State economy through Agriculture and Industrialization.
He explained that much has been achieved by his administration in partnership with the Private Sector due to the power of vision, adding that by the time, the numerous Memoranda of Understanding between the State and investors start yielding results, there will be ample job opportunities for Ndi Anambra.
Describing the award as an encouragement for him in his resolve to leave Anambra State better than he met it, the governor thanked Silver bird for its efforts at promoting Democracy and good governance in the country through the awards.
According to him, such recognitions and the attendant demands will ensure that leaders are kept on the path of positivity and pursuit of general good of the people.
In his remarks, the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi observed that as a close observer of developments across the country, he has found in Governor Obiano, a leader with unwavering commitment towards the cause of the people and called on his contemporaries to emulate his vision and laudable economic policies.
Earlier, the Chairman, Silver bird Groups and Member representing Bayelsa East District at the National Assembly, Senator Ben Murray Bruce emphasized that the awards were given strictly on merit and said through the series, the group aims to raise a crop of Nigerians who are conscious of their roles in nation building.

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