Ugwuanyi has remembered the most neglected community in Enugu, says Amurri monarch

The traditional ruler of Umuigbo Amurri in Nkanu West Local Government Area of Enugu State, Igwe Fidelis Nsiegbu has applauded the state governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for entrenching peace and good governance across all the nooks and crannies of the state, through his administration’s grassroots development programmes that have positively touched the lives of the people of the state, especially the rural dwellers. Gov. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State Igwe Nsiegbu, in a letter of appreciation to Governor Ugwuanyi, which was co-signed by the president general of the Town Union of the community, Chief Vincent Ike Nwodo, on behalf of the people of Amurri, commended the governor “for embarking on the construction of Agbani-Amurri road which was ignored by your predecessors”. The monarch noted that it was a thing of joy, worthy of commendation that the governor found it important to remember the land of Amurri, which he said was the most neglected community in the state that had never witnessed any road construction in the past 100 years. He said that the Amurri community, which was hitherto tagged “the weeping child of Enugu State is now baptized    by Your Excellency , the laughing child of Enugu State,” describing the governor as a messiah who was sent by God to wipe away the tears of the neglected. The traditional ruler expressed delight at the commitment of the governor to his administration’s rural development agenda.