L-R: Special Adviser to Governor on Local Government and Chieftain Affairs, Mrs. Ruby Emele, Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Chief CO C Akaolisa, Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Declan Emelumba and Chief Press Secretary and Media Adviser to Governor, Oguwike Nwachuku briefing the media after Wednesday’s Imo State Executive Council meeting.
By Valentine Amanze
The Imo State government is set to reactivate the Development Centres across the state to further improve on the well being of the rural dwellers.
The decision was reached Wednesday at the State Executive Council meeting, where Governor Hope Uzodimma, who presided over the session, also hinted that the state’s security outfit would be formally launched by November 30.
Briefing newsmen, the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Chief Declan Emelumba, flanked by the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Chief CO C Akaolisa, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Local Government and Chieftain Affairs, Chief Ruby Emele, and the Chief Press Secretary and Media Adviser to Governor, Chief Oguwike Nwachuku, said that the number of Development Centres in Imo would be increased from 44 to 50.