- The governor of Imo state has visited residents of Mgbee, Akokwa and Ogboko in Imo state
- Emeka Ihedioha's visit followed an outcry by residents of the communities over the bad state of the roads
- The governor during an assessment tour condemned the state and method of construction of the Urash Bridge
Few hours after public outcry over deplorable state of road in Mgbee, Akokwa and Ogboko communities in Imo state, Governor Emeka Ihedioha has visited visited residents in the area.
The governor's visit followed a report by Legit.ng over the poor construction of a road leading to the communities by the previous administration.
The residents of the communities had in the outcry appealed to the governor to come to their aid by fixing the road out of which many have caved in.
Taking an assessment tour across the affected communities, Ihedioha described the situation as devastating.
He said that the fact that no iron rod can be seen on Urash Bridge, linking Umuchima and Mgbe, which was constructed months ago shows how bad the situation is.
The governor also promised to ensure that the road and a proper bridge is completed within the shortest period.
eanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Ihedioha had joined some other governors in the southeast and southwest to say that there is no land for Ruga settlement in Imo state.
The governor said such a thing would not be accepted by any south-east governor
He also said he was worried about the rationale behind such an initiative for a herdsmen settlement in Imo state especially when none exists in any of the northern states.
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