A socio-political group, African Global Development for Drastic Change, AGDDC, has tasked the new new caretaker chairmen for Etche and Omuma local government area in Rivers State on the need to provide people oriented programmes.
This was made known in a statement by the group’s president, Prince Dan Mbachi, while applauding the appointment of Mr. Ability Nweke and Prince Nwogu as the new caretaker chairmen for Etche and Omuma local government areas in Rivers state respectively.
Mbachi said that the appointment is a testament of the credibility of the personalities to provide the dividend of democracy to the people of the two local government areas in the state.
Mbachi urged the caretaker chairmen to advise the state government to review the school to land programme in Egbeke and Nwuba towns and also propose the revival of Adapalm which can create over 5000 jobs in Etche local government.
He said the roads in the local government areas need attention especially the Egbeke-Nwuba road abandoned by previous administrations.
According to him, “the caretaker chairmen should focus mostly on youth oriented programmes such as the school to land programmes, revival of Adapalm and pharmacy firms in Etche.
“They should carry everyone along and work so that the people can feel the dividend of democracy.”
Mbachi however urged the traditional rulers and people in the two local governments to give their full support to the new caretaker chairmen so that the areas would witness inflow of infrastructural developments.

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