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Anambra Homeland Affairs, Commerce commissioners can fix Anambra within one year – drivers boast



By Julie Sylvia, Onitsha

The Anambra state chairman of Drivers’ Welfare Association, (DWA), Prince Adindu Opara, has said that the state’s ministries of commerce and homeland security have the potential to protect lives and property and enhance the growth of businesses of citizens and residents of the state.

Opara made this assertion in his office at Onitsha while expressing satisfaction with the water-tight security and orderliness in markets within the state, both enabled by the administration of the governor, Professor Chukwuma Soludo.

He commended the governor for his choice of commissioners, Hon. Obinna Ngonadi for Industry and Commerce and Chief Chikaodili Anarah, for Homeland Affairs (Security), stating that the two appointees were good fits capable of turning the state around within one year.

In his words, “The governor made a wonderful selection of the duo … and, from the look of things, you can agree with me that sanity has been restored in both market and transport sectors and security beefed up for a safe Anambra state.

”In Anambra now, war has been waged against criminals who wanted to take over the state and, by extension, the Southeast zone, in the name of a non-existent sit-at-home order.”

The drivers’ chairman said that criminals were deserting Anambra state “in droves and people now do their businesses without fear of molestation,” going further to commend the Onitsha Police Area Commander, Mr John Obuagbaka, for extending his services to the Idemili River axis, along the Onitsha/Owerri road.

He said that Governor Soludo and his commissioners put their lives on the line for, not only Anambra people, but the whole of the South East to enjoy peace and harmony in their businesses.

Opara described his organisation, the Drivers’ Welfare Association, as a strategic partner to the Anambra state Homeland Affairs ministry and other security agencies in the fight against crime and criminality.

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