Governor Orji Freely Gave Out 30 Cars To Abia Youths, Donates Bus To NANS Zone (Photos)

February 21, 2015 11:41 am

Thirty cars and a bus were yesterday given out to youths from Ikwuano
Local Government Area free of charge as part of the on-going youth
empowerment programme of Abia State Governor, .

Speaking before handing over the vehicles to the beneficiaries at the
Ikwuano LGA headquarters, Governor Theodore Orji noted that some people
from the council have earlier benefitted from the programme.

He at the presentation reiterated that his government strives to give best for the people of Abia State.
Orji pointing out that apart from providing immediate employment for
the youths, the vehicles would enhance their status and more
importantly, ensure easy movement of people within and outside the
Governor Orji, who expressed satisfaction that Abia State ranks high
in youth empowerment in the federation, said “apart from the free
vehicles, our administration is training youths on various skill
acquisition Programmes across our skill acquisition centres in the State
and liberation farms.”
He assured that the youth empowerment programme will continue till
the end of his tenure and that the governorship candidate, Dr.
Okezie Ikpeazu will continue when he comes on board on May 29, 2015.
Beneficiaries, comprising men and women, expressed gratitude to the
Governor who was accompanied to the occasion by his wife, Lady Odochi
Mercy Orji.
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Earlier, the National Vice Chairman of the PDP South-East, Col.
Austin Akobundu (rtd.) noted that Governor Orji’s government has been in
the vanguard of empowering youths because of the importance the
Governor attaches to youths.
He thanked Abia helmsman for all that he has been doing for Ikwuano
people recalling that the local government has benefitted immensely from
the Governor.
Meanwhile, Governor Orji has donated a bus to National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), Abia State University chapter.
Orji noted that the gesture was aimed at easing movement of ABSU NANS
officials and students, whom he described as his “friends in progress” 

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