Gov. Obiano Lauds Buhari For FG’s Intervention At Akanu Ibiam Int. Airport, Enugu

The Governor of Anambra State, Chief Willie Obiano has applauded President Muhammadu Buhari for the successful reconstruction and re-opening of Akanu Ibiam International Airport (AIIA), Enugu.

Governor Obiano emphasized that President Buhari is committed to infrastructure development across the country, adding that the landmark projects being executed in the South East by the Federal Government are worth commending.

The Governor urged ndi Igbo to support the Federal Government’s efforts to reposition the Country, and noted that the South East has enjoyed infrastructural development under President Buhari.

Speaking in Enugu on Sunday, August 30th 2020, during the opening of the reconstructed Enugu international airport, the Governor expressed the strong belief  that President Buhari is committed to sustaining investments in critical infrastructure in the South East, saying that with the successful completion of the rehabilitation and upgrading of Akanu Ibiam International airport, Enugu, the people of the South East should appreciate the efforts of President Muhammadu Buhari in making life meaningful for people of the region.

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The Governor continued that contrary to insinuations that the airport reconstruction project would be abandoned, the reverse has been the case even as he revealed that its opening is apt.

He said that having gone round the facility, with improved facilities at the airport, the capacity of the airport has been strengthened, pointing out that upon full resumption of local and international flights, large influx of passengers and commercial activities will be witnessed which is a plus to the region’s IGR.

While expressing optimism that all ongoing projects in the region will be completed in record time, Governor Obiano stressed that Anambra state has enjoyed cordial relationship with the federal government.

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