Governor Peter Obi has reassured that his administration will continue to recognize and honour those who served the society faithfully Governor Obi was speaking at the burial service of the former Deputy Governor of the old Anambra State, Chief Vincent Aniagoh at Saint John’s Anglican Church, Abagana.
The Governor said there should be collective efforts towards restoring the social and moral values as well as project positive role models people should emulate. He expressed satisfaction that the collaboration with the church is yielding the desired goals as testified by outstanding results recorded by students in external; examinations.
On Onitsha Inland Port, the Governor said the Management would be under Public Private Sector partnership. He explained that his government is working to entrench a private sector driven economy to build entrepreneurs and generate employment.
In a sermon, the Anglican Bishop of Enugu Diocese, Right Reverend Emmanuel Chukwuma charged Christians to aspire to attain salvation. He condemned unbridled quest for materialism and self-enrichment from public wealth, stressing that all will give account of their deeds at the judgement day.
The Transition committee Chairman, njikoka Local Government Area, Chief Dazza Udozor said Chief Aniagoh will be remembered for his immense contributions to the Civil Service and governments of old and present Anambra State.
Chief Udozor noted that his virtues of humility, integrity and hardwork should be emulated and thanked Governor Obi for his support to give the deceased a befitting burial.
In his remarks, a retired judge, Justice E.U Ubazonu said the Governor had remained humble and responsive to aspirations of the people and prayed God to continue to guide him to achieve his vision for the State.