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STREET TRADERS, ILLEGAL ROAD OBSTRUCTERS TO RISK 2 WEEKS JAIL TERMS -- COMMISSIONER By Paulinus OnahAwka, May 18 2018 (MOI) Anambra State Commissioner for Environment, Mr Michael Okonkwo says trading on streets and roads in urban cities will attract a penalty of two weeks imprisonment and a fine of N10, 000.The commissioner said he had asked traders to stay off the streets and roads permanently and rather use designated ...
LAWMAKER CALLS FOR SPEEDY REHABILITATION OF AGULUEZECHUKWU-NDIOKPALAEZE-AJALLI ROAD By Michael EzenwataNdiokpaleze (Orumba North LGA), May 18, 2018 (MOI) Member representing Orumba North constituency in the Anambra State House of Assembly Mr Romanus Obi has called for rehabilitation of the bad portion of the Aguluezechukwu-Ogboji-Ndiokpalaeze-Ajalli road.Obi told newsmen that the deplorable condition of the bad portion of the road require urgent attention. He cautioned that if ...
NO GOING BACK ON DEMOLITION OF ILLEGAL STRUCTURES -- OKAFOR By Ifeyinwa Judith Ogwo Awka, May 18, 2018 (MOI) Anambra State Commissioner for Road, Rail and Water Transportation, Mr Uchenna Okafor has affirmed that government will continue to demolish illegal structures across the state. Okafor said this on May 17 during interactive session with the media in his office at Jerome Udoji Secretariat, Awka. He noted that before ...
SOUTH EAST TRADITIONAL RULERS COMMEND GOV OBIANO FOR SALLY'S APPOINTMENT By Ogechukwu OkoliAwka, May 17, 2018 (MOI) South East Traditional Rulers have commended Gov. Willie Obiano for appointing Mrs Sally Mbanefo as Commissioner for Indigenous Artworks, Diaspora Affairs, Culture and Tourism.Traditional Rulers from Imo, Abia, Enugu and Anambra made the commendation when they paid courtesy visit to the commissioner in her office at Awka.The Traditional ...
PARENTS URGED TO INVEST HEAVILY ON EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN By Nwachukwu JulianaOnitsha, May 17, 2018 (MOI) Dr Daniel Ogah, a medical doctor, has urged parents to invest their resources, especially time, energy and money on their children for positive results in future.Dr Ogah said this at the 2018 Career Day, held at Bethlehem Secondary School for SS1 Students of the School.He criticised businessmen, especially in ...
WORLD BANK ADVOCATES STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION AS TOOL FOR ENGAGING COMMUNITIES ON PROJECTS By Chinyere OgbuaguAbuja, May 17, 2018 (MOI) World Bank Country Director, Mr Rachid Benmessaoud has urged Communication Officers to adopt strategic communication in carrying out their social responsibilities to the society.Mr Rachid made the call during a one day Communication Workshop aimed at strengthening the capacity of communication officers in all World Bank-Assisted Projects in ...
ANAMBRA CP, POWA RAISE FUNDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF POLICE CHILDREN’S SCHOOL By Gloria Anaeze Onitsha, May 17, 2018 (MOI) Anambra State Commissioner of Police, Mr Garba Umar in collaboration with Police Officers’ Wives Association (POWA) organised a N20million school project for the police children school at Onitsha.The fund-raising ceremony which took place last weekend at the Central Police Station (CPS) field, Onitsha attracted dignitaries and notable ...
OBIANO RE-ASSURES COMMITMENT ON EDUCATION, SUPPORTS NATIONAL LIBRARY PROJECT By Obianuju OnuAwka, May 17, 2018 (MOI) Gov. Willie Obiano of Anambra has reassured of his government’s commitment toward continued improvement in education in the state.The governor gave the assurance when he announced the donation of a piece of land for erection of a National library in the state.The event took place during the 2018 ...
SHOE TRADERS MARKET TO BEGIN OPERATION SOON SAYS COMMISSIONER By Rita Okonkwo Nkwelle (Oyi LGA), May 16, 2018 (MOI) Anambra State Commissioner for Trade, Commerce, Markets and Wealth Creation, Dr Christian Chukwuma Madubuko has announced that the Shoe Traders International Market in Nkwelle will soon open for business. The market, which has not less than 2,400 lock up shops, was built by Nkwelle community. Dr Madubuko, ...
STAKEHOLDERS ADVOCATE FAMILY REORIENTATION By Ukpa Ewa Awka, May 16, 2018 (MOI) Value Re-orientation by family has been advocated as the best way to boost students’ performance in schools. The Deputy Director, International Collaboration and Linkages Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka Dr Williams Obiozor said this in Awka, during interactive session with media practitioners. ``The family is the first institution, where a child is ...