Imo state government is putting every machinery in motion to provide necessary infrastructure for the citizenry, complete abandoned projects and protect the lives and property of the people.
The Commissioner for Lands in the state, Nze Ogueri Enwerem, who disclosed this to newsmen after a closed door meeting between the state governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, members of the state House of Assembly, Commissioners and local Government Transition Committee Chairmen, said that the state is being revolutionalized for the benefit of all its residents.
According to the commissioner, the meeting assessed the progress of works by the state government in the past five months and the targets ahead.
He disclosed that the 305 six-classroom blocks being constructed in the 305 wards in the state would be completed in 18 months while 15 kilometer roads in each of the 27 local government areas of the state is on-going.
Nze Ogueri noted that the novel idea of making the ministries self sufficient was discussed as his ministry, lands, is to expand the state metropolitan boundaries and make land allocation easier.
The commissioner stated that in order to live up to the security challenges in the state, government has beefed up the security agencies, while the community speakers have been briefed on their roles on community policing.
For SSA Media to the Governor