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Is Ugwuoba in Enugu or Anambra - Chief O. Z Ubah

Laments Enugu state government's Neglect    Chief O. Z Ubah an indigene of Ugwuoba Community in Enugu state has called on the governor and government of Enugu state to look into the neglect of Ugwuoba Community over the years which has made him to ask, if the town is in Enugu or Anambra, as there are no infrastructure to state that the state government is aware that they are part of the state. He made this call recently while interacting with newsmen in Ugwuoba at the recently concluded extraordinary Ugwuoba town hall meeting.  He said that neglecting Ugwuoba community since the inception of Ugwuoba community is quite unfortunate and unfair.  He stressed that "If really Ugwuoba is in Enugu state this amount must be paid to caution the effects of long term negligence of Ugwuoba community. Enugu state can ignore this call if they know that Ugwuoba is not in Enugu state." "We have no facilities but voting materials comes to Ugwuoba each election day and aft

Insecurity Will Be A Thing Of The Past In Ihiala -- TC Chairman

BY RAYMOND OZOJI, Awka  The transition committee chairman of Ihiala Local Government Area of Anambra State, Hon. Engr. Anayochukwu Orjiakor has assured citizens of the council area that insecurity will be a thing of the past.  Orjiakor who was confirmed by the House of Assembly recently and returned again as the Local Government Chairman, said efforts were being made to ensure that Ihiala people slept with their two eyes closed devoid of disturbances.  The TC chairman who spoke exclusively with this journalist Raymond Ozoji, said this time no stone would be left unturned especially as Governor Charles Chukwuma Soludo has said that he will support the people of Ihiala to fight insecurity to the end.  He said he will relate as well as consult with stakeholders of Ihiala Local Government Area to ensure that the council area is set free from hoodlums disrupting public peace.  Apart from tackling insecurity, the TC chairman said that human capital development would be given utmost priorit