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Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by obibc(m): 7:40pm On Sep 05
Governor Ihedioha Takes Bold Step In Repositioning Imo; Flags Off Massive Road Construction, Reconstruction Of Dan Anyiam Staduim, Performs Ground breaking ceremony  Of Four Technical Collages

As part of activities marking the 100 days in office of Gov. Emeka Ihedioha as the Executive Governor of Imo State, the governor has done the flagging-off and ground breaking ceremony of a lot of developmental projects in the state.

ROADS

In keeping with his campaign promises to deliver quality road network across the state, the governor has flagged off massive road construction project in Imo State measuring 81km and valued at N23.4bn.

The roads involved which cut across the three zones of Orlu, Owerri and Okigwe, include:

●Ahiara-Okpala junction
●Nkume-Umuowa-Orlu
●Mgbidi–Oguta
●Naze-Nekede-Ihiagwa-Obinze
●Concord-Hotel –Jacob Zuma
●Imo State University Teaching Hospital-Orlu
●Imo State University –Bishop Court
●Aba Branch-Ahiara Junction
●Okigwe Roundabout–St. Mary Okigwe ●Asumpta–Umuguma Junction

●Douglas–Naze Junction
●Control – Umuguma roundabout
●Assumpta – PH road among others.

At the commencement of the flag off event, the governor said, “We are commencing the urban road rahibilatation across the state today. Few days ago I flagged off the RAMP Projects.  We have delibaretely choosen state roads while we have started discussion with the federal government on how we can rehabilitate the many bad federal roads in the state”.

At the Nkume-Umuowa-Orlu road, the Governor revealed that the 7km Road is being handled by an indegenous company, Solberg and the road is expected to be completed in 12 months. It will be recalled that this road was one of the reasons why Doctors at the teaching hospital were on strike prior to the take-off of the rebuild Imo government of Gov. Ihedioha.

The Control – Worldbank roundabout road project, a 7.2km dual carriage road will be handled by Zeerock Construction company and expected to be completed in 18 months, while the Assumpta – Ph road, a 10.7km also to be handled by Zerock has a completion time of 24 months. While speaking at the site of flag-off, the state Commissioner of Works, Engr. Benjamin Ekwueme noted that two substandard tunnels along the road built by the last administration will be demolished according to the recomendation of Nigeria Society of Engineers and a flyover will be constructed in its stead at the House of Assembly junction. The commissioner also revealed that the road will be ashphalted twice because of the heavy traffic expected on the road, and also assured that each of the roads have a lifespan of 15 – 20 years.


Also flagged off was the concord boulevard -PH road which is being handled by Coduc construction company, while the Naze-Nekede-Ihiagwa-Obinze road being handled by CHEC construction company is a 17.1km dual carriage road.

STADIUM

In line with the rebuild mantra of Gov. Ihedioha, the Dan Anyiam Stadiumand Grasshoper International handball stadium have been flagged off for rehabilitation and reconstruction.

The work which is expected to be completed in 90 days will see the complete replacement of the tartan tracks, the scoreboard, the flood lights, the football playing pitch, the 13,000 stadium sits among others with current world best facilities.

It will be recalled that the stadium has been completely dilapited for years now leading to the state football team, Heartland FC to be banished from playing in the stadium to the Okigwe stadium  by NPFL because of the very sorry state of the  sports facility.

With the rehabilition of these sports facilities, it is hoped that Imo State will return to its place of pride in the sports standing in the continent.

TECHNICAL SCHOOLS

The resuscitation of Technican and Vocational Education Training (TVET) is a prority of the Rebuild Imo Project of Gov. Emeka Ihedioha, with the strong belief  that the acquisition of critical technical and vocational skills by majority of the youths has the capacity to stimulate sustainable industrial development, job and wealth creation.

The governor has started the massive reconstruction and rehabilatation of the four technical schools in the state.

At the ground breaking ceremony for the reconstruction of Government Technical College, Okpro in Orlu, the governor reiterated his firm belief in the technical and vocational empowerment of the youths. The goverrnor who revealed that the contractor handling the project is  an indegene of the area and will make use of local manpower where needed during the work. To ensure quality delivery of the project, Gov. Ihedioha also announced that the services of a renowed consulant has also been engaged to ensure the roads are built to specifications. The governor also maintained that all the schools will be equipped according to international and world best standards.

The reconstruction work at Government Technical  School is being financed 100% by Zenith Bank plc as part of their corporate social responsibility.

Other technical schools in the state which has been flagged off for reconstruction are Government Technical College, Mbaise; Government Technical College, Mbano.

Source: http://screengist.com/2019/09/05/ihedioha100days-gov-ihedioha-takes-bold-step-in-repositioning-imo-flags-off-massive-road-construction-reconstruction-of-dan-anyiam-staduim-performs-ground-breaking-ceremony-of-four-technica/

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by SoNature(m): 8:41pm On Sep 05
After 100 days in office, no pictures of completed projects

Azhi gbakwa!

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by Teejayphillip(m): 8:57pm On Sep 05
Chasing Okorocha upandown should be part of his 100days achievement grin grin grin

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by Lamasta(m): 8:57pm On Sep 05
The good people of IMO STATE are solidly behind You Mr governor, it is only the thieves and their supporters that will say otherwise.....

Let the good works of recovering IMO state loots continue grin

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by materialproject: 8:58pm On Sep 05
grin grin
Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by DaddyGngeess(m): 8:58pm On Sep 05
Very soon we are going to know for real...

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by ORIENTATION101: 8:58pm On Sep 05
100 days for flagging off of likely uncompleted projects;DD

No single pictures of the projects las las imo has been scammed again

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by majamajic(m): 8:59pm On Sep 05
really ?

imolites we need u guys here
Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by immortalityk: 8:59pm On Sep 05
I like imo people
They are humble
I felt the impact of okorocha rochas foundation back then in Ibadan
Nice people

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by babyfaceafrica: 9:00pm On Sep 05
is that all?

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by daniska3yaro(m): 9:00pm On Sep 05
100 days of only attacking okorocha only.

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by stevodot22(m): 9:01pm On Sep 05
The governor achieved alot o, in the area of demolition .

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by Denikayan: 9:01pm On Sep 05
The fact remains that he has destroyed more infrastructures in 100 days than any living thing in the world.

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by sexiestharam(f): 9:02pm On Sep 05
grin
Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by braveboy64(m): 9:02pm On Sep 05
NO ACHIEVEMENT

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by spafu(m): 9:03pm On Sep 05
Make I see
Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by Taciturn1: 9:03pm On Sep 05
Nice essay
Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by Sanchez01: 9:03pm On Sep 05
This man will make Okorocha look like a Saint in the end. He has spent 100 days in office but used 85 days in chasing Rochas and his family. How then was he able to achieve a thing in just 15 days?

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by sexiestharam(f): 9:03pm On Sep 05
Ihedioha's only achievement in 100 days is chasing and seizing Okorocha's properties. Even Okorocha's alleged mistress is not spared. She would soon become official mistress of the Imo state government. grin

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by TheAngry1: 9:04pm On Sep 05
This idiotic governor spent 100 days demolishing buildings and sharing money...typical PDP

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by noble71(m): 9:06pm On Sep 05
grin 100 days of chasing Okorohausa.

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by Lugianostar(m): 9:06pm On Sep 05
Gov. Ihedioha is a top notch for the Imo people who have come to salvage the state from becoming cemetry cum moseum full of status and christmas trees of baseless elites like Buhari.

God will bless these man and sustain him to do more

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by munaco: 9:06pm On Sep 05
What a shame 7 to 8km road taking 1 to 2 years. No site investigation just tarmac on the existing road. Well pls fix the road.

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by Mutemenot(m): 9:06pm On Sep 05
Oga, don't disappoint me oh. No serious state road project should take more than a year to be accomplished. Seeing 24 month and so for road construction doesn't give me a good hope

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by Amuluonyenaego: 9:07pm On Sep 05
But okoroawusa was ranting grin
Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by DesChyko(m): 9:07pm On Sep 05
Ihediohamma carry go.

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by EdiskyHarry: 9:07pm On Sep 05
May God bless and strengthen the governor of IMO state. You have done so much
Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by femtex007(m): 9:07pm On Sep 05
Out of the 100 days he planted trees for a day and fought okorocha for 99 days. What a governor.

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by chuberg(m): 9:08pm On Sep 05
18 months to finish 7.8km road is too long nah.... Let them be serious abeg




obibc:
Governor Ihedioha Takes Bold Step In Repositioning Imo; Flags Off Massive Road Construction, Reconstruction Of Dan Anyiam Staduim, Performs Ground breaking ceremony  Of Four Technical Collages

As part of activities marking the 100 days in office of Gov. Emeka Ihedioha as the Executive Governor of Imo State, the governor has done the flagging-off and ground breaking ceremony of a lot of developmental projects in the state.

ROADS

In keeping with his campaign promises to deliver quality road network across the state, the governor has flagged off massive road construction project in Imo State measuring 81km and valued at N23.4bn.

The roads involved which cut across the three zones of Orlu, Owerri and Okigwe, include:

●Ahiara-Okpala junction
●Nkume-Umuowa-Orlu
●Mgbidi–Oguta
●Naze-Nekede-Ihiagwa-Obinze
●Concord-Hotel –Jacob Zuma
●Imo State University Teaching Hospital-Orlu
●Imo State University –Bishop Court
●Aba Branch-Ahiara Junction
●Okigwe Roundabout–St. Mary Okigwe ●Asumpta–Umuguma Junction

●Douglas–Naze Junction
●Control – Umuguma roundabout
●Assumpta – PH road among others.

At the commencement of the flag off event, the governor said, “We are commencing the urban road rahibilatation across the state today. Few days ago I flagged off the RAMP Projects.  We have delibaretely choosen state roads while we have started discussion with the federal government on how we can rehabilitate the many bad federal roads in the state”.

At the Nkume-Umuowa-Orlu road, the Governor revealed that the 7km Road is being handled by an indegenous company, Solberg and the road is expected to be completed in 12 months. It will be recalled that this road was one of the reasons why Doctors at the teaching hospital were on strike prior to the take-off of the rebuild Imo government of Gov. Ihedioha.

The Control – Worldbank roundabout road project, a 7.2km dual carriage road will be handled by Zeerock Construction company and expected to be completed in 18 months, while the Assumpta – Ph road, a 10.7km also to be handled by Zerock has a completion time of 24 months. While speaking at the site of flag-off, the state Commissioner of Works, Engr. Benjamin Ekwueme noted that two substandard tunnels along the road built by the last administration will be demolished according to the recomendation of Nigeria Society of Engineers and a flyover will be constructed in its stead at the House of Assembly junction. The commissioner also revealed that the road will be ashphalted twice because of the heavy traffic expected on the road, and also assured that each of the roads have a lifespan of 15 – 20 years.


Also flagged off was the concord boulevard -PH road which is being handled by Coduc construction company, while the Naze-Nekede-Ihiagwa-Obinze road being handled by CHEC construction company is a 17.1km dual carriage road.

STADIUM

In line with the rebuild mantra of Gov. Ihedioha, the Dan Anyiam Stadiumand Grasshoper International handball stadium have been flagged off for rehabilitation and reconstruction.

The work which is expected to be completed in 90 days will see the complete replacement of the tartan tracks, the scoreboard, the flood lights, the football playing pitch, the 13,000 stadium sits among others with current world best facilities.

It will be recalled that the stadium has been completely dilapited for years now leading to the state football team, Heartland FC to be banished from playing in the stadium to the Okigwe stadium  by NPFL because of the very sorry state of the  sports facility.

With the rehabilition of these sports facilities, it is hoped that Imo State will return to its place of pride in the sports standing in the continent.

TECHNICAL SCHOOLS

The resuscitation of Technican and Vocational Education Training (TVET) is a prority of the Rebuild Imo Project of Gov. Emeka Ihedioha, with the strong belief  that the acquisition of critical technical and vocational skills by majority of the youths has the capacity to stimulate sustainable industrial development, job and wealth creation.

The governor has started the massive reconstruction and rehabilatation of the four technical schools in the state.

At the ground breaking ceremony for the reconstruction of Government Technical College, Okpro in Orlu, the governor reiterated his firm belief in the technical and vocational empowerment of the youths. The goverrnor who revealed that the contractor handling the project is  an indegene of the area and will make use of local manpower where needed during the work. To ensure quality delivery of the project, Gov. Ihedioha also announced that the services of a renowed consulant has also been engaged to ensure the roads are built to specifications. The governor also maintained that all the schools will be equipped according to international and world best standards.

The reconstruction work at Government Technical  School is being financed 100% by Zenith Bank plc as part of their corporate social responsibility.

Other technical schools in the state which has been flagged off for reconstruction are Government Technical College, Mbaise; Government Technical College, Mbano.

Source: http://screengist.com/2019/09/05/ihedioha100days-gov-ihedioha-takes-bold-step-in-repositioning-imo-flags-off-massive-road-construction-reconstruction-of-dan-anyiam-staduim-performs-ground-breaking-ceremony-of-four-technica/

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Re: Governor Ihedioha’s 100 Days In Office: Achieving Greatness For Imo State by niaralandtopuser(m): 9:08pm On Sep 05
Sanchez01:
This man will make Okorocha look like a Saint in the end. He has spent 100 days in office but used 85 days in chasing Rochas and his family. How then was he able to achieve a thing in just 15 days?
what has your state governor done better ?

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