Ebonyi Commissioner Charges Community Leaders To Be Agent Of Change

Chief Onyeka Nwaebonyi, 
Ebonyi State Commissioner for Capital City Development  has charged the people of Ntezi Aba community of Ebonyi State to ensure that their allow development come to their community. 

He made the call during a meeting with the leaders of the  Ntezi Aba Community in his office at the Ministry of Capital City Development Abakaliki.

Chief Nwaebonyi while addressing the community leaders said that the reason why government donated the rice farm land owned by the community to the prison command was to ensure that it is used for what will benefit the community. 

 He stated that the people of Izzi clan were known for their good character and hospitality and cannot change from the best attitudes they were known for. 

He disclosed that the "the Governor of Ebonyi State, His Excellency Engr. David Nweze Umahi still remains best gift to the State for his unbeatable Intellectual capacity, in the areas of administration and Infrastructural development. 

He advised them to ensure that they train their children to become professionals in different field of studies as this will enable them to engage in the enrollment of different capacities of life and equally assured them of Ebonyi State Government maximum support if the community allows government to use the land for the purpose  it is ment for.

Mr. Ebem Paul the community youth leader, Chief George Udude as well as the representative of His Royal Highness Eze Oketa amongst others commended the effort of Ebonyi Government under the leadership His Excellency Engr, David Nweze Umahi and said that he has exhibited unequaled trust to Izzi people through developmental projects including road network across he constructed in Izzi clan as well as numerous appointments  and other benefits given to Izzi sons and daughters. 

They pleaded that the land should not be taken away from them since it is the only ancestral connection that still binds the community together apart from being the only farm land women in their community use to farm.

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