OTTI EXTENDS ROAD CONSTRUCTION TO ISUIKWUATO, ASSURES OF BRIGHTER DAYS FOR ABIANS
By Chinedu Ekeke
In a bid to ameliorate the sufferings of Abians, especially those living in the rural areas, a financial expert, and the APGA governorship candidate in the last election, Dr. Alex Otti has extended his ongoing massive road construction across the state to Umuasua in Isiukwuato LGA.
This time, the banker-turned politician chose the strategic Umuasua community that has not seen good road for decades as the beneficiary of his road intervention project.
A few days ago, Dr. Otti decided to visit the road under construction to ascertain the extent of work done so far, and was excited that contractors were on site carrying out serious construction work.
Sighting the APGA chieftain while on the inspection tour, the people of the community trooped out en mass and joined Dr. Otti in solidarity.
Some of the people from Umuasua community who joined Dr. Otti on the inspection tour, thanked him immensely for choosing to wipe their tears when they needed it most.
They pledged their support and cooperation to ensure that the road was delivered according to specifications in the interest of the community.
Otti who initiated the road contract through the NDDC expressed joy that his vision and desire to ensure that the road is constructed to reduce the sufferings of the people is speedily coming to accomplishment.
Commenting, some APGA Stakeholders who accompanied the financial expert on the visit, extolled Dr. Otti for his strategic engagement and interface with the people at the grassroots which has seen him initiate projects and programs that have continued to impact positively on the people, and urged him to continue to use his contacts and goodwill to touch the lives of Abians positively.
It would be recalled that Dr. Alex Otti had through the NDDC attracted many road contracts some of which have been completed, while others are ongoing in Isialangwa South, Isialangwa North, Arochukwu, and Isiukwuato LGA.
Dr. Otti had during the commissioning of the strategic Isieketa Mbawsi road in 2018, promised to leverage on his contacts and relationship with those in power at the Federal and attract projects that would add meaning to the lives of Abians, and he hasn’t relented since he made that promise.