A team of Special Advisers to Imo State Governor led by the Special Adviser on Diaspora Affairs, Hon.Celia Osakwe – Hubbert have bailed some sick indigents in the Federal Medical Center (FMC), Owerri
The team included the Special Adviser on Revenue Mobilization and Capacity Development, Chief Canice Moore Nwachukwu, the S. A. on Health, Dr. Mrs. Lina Okereke, S,A. on Aviation, Hon. Ikem Unegbu, S. A. on Skills Acquisition, Hon. Chidi Onyewuchi, S. A. on Market and Allied Matters, Hon. Perry Opara.
Others are the D. G. Imo Foundation, Hon. Ben. Chukwuma, S.A. on Special Citizens, Dr. Samuelson Emehibe, S. A. on Urban Water supply, Hon. Tanana Biaduo, S. A. on Sports and Youth Development, Hon Ikenna Nlemigbo and also the Director General of Trades and Investment, Hon. Jude Nzeakor.
They paid courtesy visits to FMC, and Save the Child Motherless / Abandoned Babies Home Owerri recently, to mark the governor’s 62 years birthday. During the visit, the team picked the bill of a hole in the heart patient and made donations of undisclosed amounts and foods to the inmates of the motherless babies’ home.
Addressing the Press, Hon. Osakwe – Hubbert said that it was unanimous agreement of the special advisers to go to FMC and a mother care center to sort out one or two needs of the needy in support of the governors good work in the State.
Osakwe explained that the State governor has shown the spirit of commitment and love to Imo indigenes by improving the infrastructure in the State and also the passion to take the state to a greater height since the past 10 months of the 3Rs administration.
Speaking also, Hon Parry Opara said that the governor has proved that he had love for the people with the programs and activities on ground.
Opara maintained that they have to support Governor Uzodinma because he has achieved a lot in this few months of his administration in recovery, rehabilitation and restoration, which are the 3Rs mantras.
He added that the team deemed it necessary also considering the state of development in the nation, and the need to appreciate his efforts to put things right and the feelings of the people about the governor.