Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Anambra May Enjoy Israeli Agricultural Expertise



BY CHIBUZOR OKOYE

Governor Willie Obiano says his administration has created an enabling environment for businesses to thrive in the State.
He spoke at Aguleri in Anambra East Local Government Area when members of the Organization of Igbo Hebrew Cultural Heritage International alongside some Israeli's,  paid a courtesy Call on the traditional ruler of Enugwu-Aguleri, Eze Chukwuemeka Eri in his palace.
Addressing the visitors, Governor Obiano represented by his Senior Special Assistant on Youth Mobilization, Comrade Tony Uche Ezekwelu disclosed that his government has conscientiously created a conducive environment for people both at home and in the diaspora to pursue their goals and aspirations to the fullest with maximum and effective security network on ground.
Governor Obiano, while thanking the organization for all they have been doing over the years, noted that their mission and vision are in line with his government programmes and policies, assuring that his administration will give them adequate support as well as render necessary assistance when needed.                            
An Isreali who is the leader of the delegation Mr. Alh-Dalyh commended Ndi Anambra for their hardwork and technical ingenuity pointing out that they want to introduce their agricultural expertise to the State since the current administration places high premium on agriculture.
Earlier, the National president of the organization, Rabbi Eliyahu Soroyah, said that the organization was conceived to help Ndigbo  know their origin and solidify their relationship with the people of Israel as Ndigbo emigrated from there.
The traditional ruler of Enugwu Aguleri had earlier prayed for the visitors and others who converged on his palace.
The Israeli delegation later gave a plaque that contains the map of Israel and Gad, the fifth son of Jacob to the traditional ruler.

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