Principal lauds Soludo over road rehabilitation, teachers' recruitment

Principal lauds Soludo over road rehabilitation, teachers’ recruitment

 The principal of Union School, Amawbia in Awka South Local Government Area of Anambra State, Mrs. Celine Uzoamaka Ozomma has commended Governor Chukwuma Soludo for massive road projects being rehabilitated in Awka and Amawbia in the capital territory.

She also praised the Governor for the employment of 5000 teachers which led to the posting of nine teachers to her school.

Speaking at a forum, the Principal regretted the menace of erosion and deteriorating access road to the school, which she said had made it difficult for teachers to live within the school’s vicinity.

She passionately appealed for the tarring of the road from the junction of Umuokpu to Awka at the Kabe Secondary School to Nise enroute to Agulu to Ekwulobia.

She said: “Rehabilitation of the road will open up the areas and provide access to the people building houses in the area and the residents.

“It will also address the difficulty staff and students of the school encounter while plying the dilapidated road.”

Describing Soludo as a solution Governor and an educationist, Ozomma passionately requested for additional teachers to man all the relevant subjects.

Also speaking, Proprietor of Casrondo Hospital, Dr. Casmir Ogochukwu Onyia commended Soludo for remembering Awka and Amawbia in road rehabilitation.

He however pleaded for the rehabilitation of the Kabe road to Nise which he said, would reduce the exasperating traffic snarl at the Amawbia cum Government house junction especially during festive periods.

“God has used Governor Soludo to recognize the need to rehabilitate roads in Awka and Amawbia within the capital territory. 

“The inhabitants in this area which include the Deputy Speaker of Anambra state House of Assembly, Hon. Pius Chukwuma, are in serious trouble as erosion is threatening many newly built houses. 

“The rehabilitation of the road will ease the suffocating traffic congestion at the ever busy Amawbia cum Government junction down to Agulu,” he said.

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