– Governor Okorocha has revealed that he is finding it difficult to sleep because of he wants to change Imo state – He says achieving that will give him joy – The governor says Imo is one of the fastest growing cities in Nigeria
Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo state has revealed that he is finding it difficult to sleep because of his vision to change the state, Vanguard reports.
The governor made the disclosure in Owerri on Thursday, November 17, while inspecting some of his on-going projects in the state.
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He said: “My interest is to make sure that by the time I finish my second term, Imo state must have been developed more that it is now.”
“I find it difficult to sleep now because I want to change the entire face of Imo so that people from all over the country will come and relax. This will be my joy. “If you look at the current urban renewal programme, we are constructing 3 tunnels, two flyovers and eight lane roads to enable us open our State for transformation to take place.”
He added that, “Imo is one of the fastest growing cities in Nigeria and so we have to make adequate attention to infrastructure development. You can see all old projects we have remodelled and they are looking good now. “
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Meanwhile, Governor Okorocha has expressed concern over the performance of the All Progressives Congress (APC) since it came into power more than a year ago.
Okorocha also expressed regrets over what he described as the “cold relationship” between the executive arm of government, the National Assembly and the ruling party.