Another 171 communities benefit from Ugwuanyi’s development scheme

Posted by Larry Nwabuoku on 2018-04-17 02:43:00 | Views: 3 |

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Another 171 communities benefit from Ugwuanyi’s development scheme

By Chinedu Adonu

ENUGU—GOVERNOR Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State, in continuation of his administration’s “One Community, One Project” scheme yesterday handed over cheques of N5 million each to another batch of 171 autonomous communities that have met the requirements for the release of the funds to carry out development projects of their choice.

Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi

The scheme is an extensive rural development initiative of the Ugwuanyi administration aimed at ensuring that development reaches the 450 autonomous communities in the state, with a dedicated sum of N10 million for each community to address her pressing and peculiar development needs.

Consequently, the State Executive Council approved the scheme    and earmarked the sum of N2.25 billion for 450 autonomous communities in the state as the first tranche of the N10 million for every community for the execution of development projects of their choice. Recently, N5 million was disbursed to 118 autonomous communities that had then fulfilled the requirements for the release of the funds.

Last weekend, Gov. Ugwuanyi was at Ibagwa Nike, Enugu East Local Government Area to inaugurate projects executed by the community with the first tranche of N5million, which was earlier disbursed to 118 communities.

In a related development, traditional rulers from Udenu, the council area of Gov. Ugwuanyi, also paid a solidarity visit to the governor at the Government House, Enugu, where they reaffirmed their earlier endorsement for his re-election in 2019.

The royal fathers who were accompanied by the presidents-general of the town unions and political office holders, among other stakeholders, commended the governor for his peaceful and good governance initiatives as well as his giant development strides.

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