Anambra State Governor, Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo will flag-off over sixty-three kilometers of roads across the state this Saturday on the sixth month anniversary of his inauguration.
Governor Soludo dropped the hint during the commissioning of a 1.7 kilometer road built by Chief Val Onwumelu in Umuoji, Idemili North Local Government Area.
Speaking during the commissioning, Governor Soludo who was pleased with the community reaffirmed that the best way to develop the state is through Public Community Private Partnership, (PCPP), not through government funding alone.
He cited the Neni model and described it as the Anambra spirit at play, explaining that the community ended up tarring roads measuring up to 24 kilometres with Chief Anthony Enukeme of blessed memory taking up to 18 kilometers of the roads.
Within three days, Governor Soludo flagged off over twenty-nine kilometer roads in Okpoko, Ogbaru Local Government Area and the phase two of Mmiata-Anam- Nzam road in Anambra West Local Government.
Also, recall that the State Government targets to construct 220 Kilometre roads within the next one year.
Daily News Reporters