Such renowned intellectual giant like Gilbert. K. Chesterton must have seen and experienced the urgency of developing humanity via humanity when he submitted that ” mankind is not a tribe of animals to which we owe compassion. Mankind is a club to which we owe our subscription.” In times of lack and adversity, what we owe each other is beyond mere pity and sympathy; we are expected to be driven by the strong desire to alleviate the situation; taking concrete steps to restore the dignity of man. In trying to justify the legitimacy of his government in Enugu State and beyond, Rt. Hon. Dr. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi( Mr Fulfilment) has kept on demonstrating his settlement to carry out projects that would have both immediate and long-term rewards foregrounding the saneness and logic for the unending endorsement and accolades that keep going his direction.
When Mr. Fulfillment learnt about the proximity of the Emene satellite town with Abakpa Nike and the burgeoning disconnection between the two densely populated areas, he constructed a brand new 13km Nike Lake Junction-Harmony Estate-Amorji Nike- Adoration Pilgrimage Centre-Orie Emene road network and today, the road users are the ready witnesses to the benefits attached to executing such essential project. By doing that, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has furnished his society with a timely subscription. So, why won’t the people of Emene and Abakpa subscribe to his subscription?
As soon as our amiable governor knew the importance of Milliken Hill road diversion, he took it upon himself to deliver his boon, then boom, today it’s only the road users that can testify to the overriding essence of executing such sensitive project. The same manner Gburu Gburu pointedly opened up Nsukka through a timely construction of twelve kilometres dual-carriage way from Opi Junction up to the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) gate, is the same way, Mr. Fulfillment took the bold step to reconstruct the 8.8km Nkalagu-Eha Amufu road in Isi-Uzo Local Government Area that have suffered neglect for thirty-five years.
Would you blame an indigene of Inyi or Akpugoeze in Oji River Local Government Area who has refused to back down from supporting Rt. Hon. Dr. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi( Mr Fulfilment) when the latter had done the needful by quickly constructing the long-neglected 8.2km Inyi-Akpugoeze road or how do you expect an indigene of Ogrute, Enugu Ezike in Igbo-Eze North Local Government Area or someone from Awgu, Udenu or Orba not to applaud the effort of Governor IFEANYI UGWUANYI when he is constructing and rehabilitating their General and Cottage hospitals for faster access to good health facilities?
What happens when a worker receives 13th month salary, becomes one of the first to receive minimum wage in the whole country, and is given the opportunity of winning a convenient apartment in a choice estate with up to fifty four percent equity contribution taken care of by the government? Would the worker be wrong to laud his governor and subscribe to his subscription? I am not sure if you can get a YES for an answer.
The list won’t exhaust in haste though I do not intend to imply that Mr. Fulfillment has been doing all those socio-economic developments with his personal wealth but it is necessary we understand that the primary intention of setting up a civilized government is to hand over the destiny of a particular society to one man or group of men that would manage the collective resources of all for the benefit of all; anything more or less constitutes an act of betrayal and is usually censured but when the results match the yearnings of the people then those at the helm of the affairs would be entitled to applause and appreciations and it is upon this metaphoric premises that I proudly stand with the people-oriented governor of the Coal City state, Rt. Hon.Dr. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, a.k.a, Mr. Fulfillment and of course I wish to continue subscribing to his subscriptions.
ENUGU STATE IS IN THE HANDS OF GOD.
WRITTEN BY HON. MRS. BIBIAN ANEKWE.
SENIOR SPECIAL ASSISTANT(SSA) TO THE GOVERNOR ENUGU STATE ON MOBILIZATION AND EMPOWERMENT.
ENUGU DI N’AKA CHUKWU MOVEMENT (DG.)