Ohaji/Egbema Town Unions President-Generals extol Uzodimma for appointing Orie ISOPADEC MD


The forum of Town Union President-Generals in Ohaji/Egbema Council Area of Imo State has lauded Governor Hope Uzodimma for appointing their son, Chief Charles Orie the Managing Director of Imo State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission.
This formed an integral part of the association’s resolution during their emergency meeting held at Concord Hotel, Owerri over the weekend.
Those who attended the meeting include Comrade Kingsley Chigozie Omuruka (Obile) Akumefula Moses Iheanyichukwu (Obosima) Obodo Batholomew Goodluck (Assa) U.S Ejekwu (Ohuba) Hon. Jiakponna Vitalis (Umunwara) Ikechukwu Festus (Opuoma) Chief Kenneth Okwodu (Obuomadike) Ejinna Mgbaraho C.C (Mmahu) Akam Kingsley Nnawihe (Ochia) C.M Olumiza (Obiakpu)
Others were Enyinnaya London Ulunwa (Awarra) Ogide Afam (Abacheke) Oguguo C.C (Umuapu) Onyejekwe Festus (Obitti)and Chief Linus Ejiogu (Mgbuisii).
Addressing newsmen after the meeting, the Coordinator of the President Generals Forum and Obile Town Union President General, Comrade Kingsley Chigozie Omuruka thanked the executive governor of Imo State, Distinguished Senator Hope Uzodimma for finding their son worthy to serve as the Managing Director of ISOPADEC.
Comrade Omuruka described Chief Orie as a capacity leader noting that days of marginalizing oil-producing communities have gone.
He regretted that former governor Rochas Okorocha could not erect a single project in any of the oil-producing area. ” Okorocha diverted ISOPADEC funds. Okorocha failed oil-producing communities. I am aware that ISOPADEC used to build classroom blocks for the host communities and construct roads. For instance, Obosima-Ohuba and Assa roads were constructed by ISOPADEC. We can’t be in hurry to forget some of the projects done by the Commission during the time of late Nze Obi.”
“I believe that Chief Charles Orie will change the narrative. This is a new dawn for the oil-producing communities. God will use Chief Orie to wipe out tears from the people of the oil-producing communities. We are happy with the governor for appointing a capable man to manage the affairs of ISOPADEC. We are also appealing to the governor to release the ISOPADEC’s accumulated funds to the MD to kick start some projects,” the PG begged.
In furtherance, Comrade Omuruka maintained that they have queued into government’s community policing policy revealing that they carefully selected men of impeccable characters for the job.


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