June 13, 2024

The Daily Vendor

Nigeria Digital Newspaper

Anambra market must conform to building codes, regulations – ACTDA Boss 

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…says govt not relenting in its efforts to ensure physical developments within the market conform to the building codes and regulations of the state

Managing Director of Awka Capital Territory Development Authority (ACTDA), Hon. Ossy Onuko has described as milestones Governor Chukwuma Soludo’s developmental strides in the areas of youth empowerment, technovation, agricultural revolution, and road infrastructure.

Onuko disclosed this during a working visit to inspect and ascertain level of work done on the ongoing project at the popular Oye-agu market, Abagana in Njikoka Local Government Area of the State.

He assured that government was not relenting in its rejuvenating efforts to ensure that physical developments within the market conform to the building codes and regulations of the state.

The ACTDA boss maintained that government would leave no stone unturned in his endeavor to build a befitting state.

He enjoined the people of Njikoka to remain steadfast and give their maximum support to the Governor in delivering the dividends of democracy to its citizens, even as he insisted that one good turn deserves another. 

On his part, Transition Committee  Chairman of Njikoka Local Government Area, Mr. Clem Aguiyi who appreciated the ACTDA boss for visiting the Council Area, assured him of his support to do more in improving the lives of his constituents. 

“Oye agu is a market that has been existing, just as the community Abagana. As the Transition Committee Chairman, I am trying to rejuvenate the market with stakeholders to build some modern stores to structure the traders that are scattered all over the market,” he stressed.

Appreciating Soludo for his leadership capacity in human and infrastructural development, Aguiyi thanked him for giving him the chance to render services to his people.

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